An organization of concerned citizens committed to raising awareness of the wealth of native plants in our oak-hickory forests.
The Redbud Project is a community movement committed to preserving the imperiled habitat of native species trees, shrubs and wildflowers in forests of Hall County, Georgia.
Through private and public efforts, the project informs the community of the importance of natural habitats and models environmental conservation by creating a nature preserve for recreation and native plant study.
To create awareness of our extraordinary ecosystems, The Redbud Project focuses on three areas:
Promote awareness of the vast array of native plant species and the importance of their biodiversity.
Encourage study and rescue of native species plants for home and public landscapes.
Demonstrate conservation of water, land and air on the public nature preserve that will feature a native species plant garden and nature trails.
The Redbud Project is a 501(c)3 organization.