For fifty years, Trust for Public Land has worked across the United States to bring the benefits of parks and nature to the places, people, and communities that need them most.
After preserving more than 18,000 acres of land and 80 miles of riverfront for public use, Trust For Public Land and partner organizations worked with local communities to envision a plan for 100 miles of trails and parks along the Chattahoochee River. Over the next decade, the Chattahoochee Riverlands will grow to connect 19 cities across seven counties.
RiverLands is a generational project brought to life by the collaborative efforts of Trust for Public Land and a committed group of over 80 partners and organizations working together to transform how Metro Atlanta enjoys the outdoors and its river.
The Chattahoochee Working Group is a stakeholder group committed to making the RiverLands a reality. The group convenes regularly to plan for a future where everyone can experience the RiverLands.
The Chattahoochee Working Group is a stakeholder group convened to engage with each other on a regular basis to better understand Chattahoochee-related topics, agendas, and initiatives. This group will continue to meet to work towards implementing the Chattahoochee RiverLands Greenway Study’s vision and proposals. As member organizations initiate projects or launch advocacy efforts, this platform will be a space to disseminate information, gather input, and identify partnerships.
Atlanta Housing Authority
Atlanta Regional Commission
Atlanta Rowing Club
Atlanta’s Upper West Side
Carroll County Historical Society
Carroll Co. Chamber of Commerce
Chattahoochee Nature Center
Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy
City of Atlanta
City of Buford
City of Chattahoochee Hills
City of Duluth
City of Johns Creek
City of Peachtree Corners
City of Roswell
City of Sandy Springs
City of Smyrna
City of South Fulton
City of Sugar Hill
City of Suwanee
Cumming Forsyth Chamber of Commerce
Forsyth Chamber of Commerce
Friends of Bolton Parks
Friends of McIntosh Reserve
Friends of Sugar Hill Greenway
Georgia Agricultural Land Trust
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Georgia River Network
Keep South Fulton Beautiful
Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce
Mableton Improvement Coalition
Nature for All
Proctor Creek Stewardship Council
River Line Historic Area
Sandy Springs Conservancy
South Fulton C.I.D.
The Trust for Public Land
Trout Unlimited – Upper Chattahoochee Chapter
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. Forest Service
U.S. National Parks Service (CRNRA)
Westside Future Fund