The goal of the Redbud Project is to showcase the wealth of our natural resources and to encourage their preservation for future prosperity.
You can wander in the woods among beds of ferns and jack-in-the-pulpit and carpets of cranefly orchids. on hiking trails completed in 2012 on the public nature preserve property. For a few moments, you can shed the stress of a hectic day and catch a breath of pure air.
Or you can join our Native Plant Enthusiasts and learn to identify and rescue native plants for your home landscape or public gardens.
Ecosystems of Hall County with their array of native species plants and rare-threatened-endangered plants (RTEs) help to rank Georgia fourth in the nation for the number of species and RTEs per square mile. Yet Upper Piedmont forests are fast diminishing at great cost in soil erosion, air quality decline, and lower property values.