Keep East Point Beautiful,working with East Point Parks Services and P.A.T.C.H. (Progressive Action for Transforming City Habitat), planted two small orchards as a result on a grant received from the Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation. The project’s dual purpose is to plant trees for environmental benefit while providing a source of free, local food.
Planting of the trees for the Community Orchard took place on Sunday, Feb. 22. Some 20 volunteers came together to plant trees at the Historical Society and River Park . Thirty trees have been planted to date. Volunteer included KEPB board members, the community and P.A.T.C.H.