Welcome to the Sandy Springs Conservancy!

Attend Our Upcoming Event

Become a Friend of the Conservancy

and Come to SpringMingle

With vision and resolve, the Sandy Springs Conservancy has promoted the development of spectacular parks, greenspace, and trails in Sandy Springs. Now, the Conservancy wishes to deepen your connections to these sites. Become a Friend of the Conservancy at a gift of $35+, and experience the beauty and wonder of Conservancy-inspired places in our city.

On Sunday, March 18th at 4:00 pm, join us and the Friends of the Conservancy for our SpringMingle celebration at Lost Corner Nature Preserve. Friends will see the winning photos from the Sandy Springs Conservancy Digital Photo Contest, receive a guided tour of the Lost Corner cottage, hear about the remarkable teamwork to preserve this remarkable nature preserve, and enjoy a hike along the Conservancy-funded trail. Future Friends of the Conservancy events are scheduled this year at Abernathy Greenway Southside, the Playable Art Park, and City Springs. You will be amazed!

To register become a Friend of the Conservancy (at the $35+ gift level or higher)



About the Conservancy:

Our mission is to build partnerships that create, conserve, and connect parks and greenspace in Sandy Springs.

We strongly believe that parks, greenspace, and trails are economic engines that will help transform Sandy Springs from a place to go through to a place to go to. Even as the second largest city in the metro Atlanta area, we want Sandy Springs to continue to offer the natural charm we all enjoy. The gift of greenspace will enhance our community for generations to come!

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       The Sandy Springs Conservancy works to identify opportunities for land conservation, advance park and greenspace development, raise funds, and bring volunteers to these projects here in Sandy Springs. We believe that strong public/private partnerships make strong communities, so we strive to bring the right stakeholders to the table for all our initiatives.

Why is it important?

       Today, parks and greenspace are more important than ever. People want to enjoy and live near parks. They are a new measure of community wealth and well-being. For this reason, we see parks as key investments because they

  • increase property values
  • create a strong sense of place and community
  • enhance physical and mental health
  • improve air, land, and water quality

How can you help?

Join us! Become a Friend of the Sandy Springs Conservancy anIMG_5953d get involved!

  • Share our message with your friends, neighbors, and business owners in Sandy Springs
  • Contact our elected officials—let them know your interest in seeing more parks, trails and greenspace!