Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has! Anthropologist Margaret Mead
The Redbud Project is a grassroots organization dedicated to promoting awareness of North Georgia's rich natural resources to preserve our high quality
of life—esthetically, environmentally and economically.
The Cycle of Life on Earth begins with native plants that are pollinated by native insects. These insects provide high protein food for birds, especially in the spring
for rearing their young. Seeds are scattered by birds, resulting in more plants and trees that sequester carbon dioxide from fossil fuel pollution, and return oxygen
to the atmosphere for humans to breathe.
Volunteers work to serve the community providing access to nature for mental
and physical human health. We also strive to educate on how to preserve natural habitats with ecological development.