News and Events

The 2018 Thought Leaders Dinner

October 17th from 6:00 – 8:30 PM The purpose of the Thought Leaders Dinner is to educate community leaders and government about important greenspace issues. This year the dinner topic will be a conservation about connectivity and trail development in Sandy Springs and...

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Deadline for SSC photo contest has passed

Thank you for everyone who participated in our photo contest. The deadline for entering has now passed. Look for news soon! The Sandy Springs Conservancy is sponsoring a photo contest! There are prizes for both youth and adult entries! Entrants in the Photo Contest...

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Leap into Fall Event on 11/4

Do you want to have fun at one of metropolitan Atlanta’s most distinctive parks? Do you like exploring the outdoors? Join the Sandy Springs Conservancy and its partners for Leap Into Fall, a free celebration on Saturday, November 4th at Morgan Falls Overlook Park....

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Meet Our New Director Melody Harclerode

The Sandy Springs Conservancy is pleased to welcome Melody Harclerode AIA, MBA, LEED AP as its new Executive Director.  She brings non-profit leadership experience and a decade-long commitment of connecting people to parks and greenspaces.  In her previous position as...

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2017 Thought Leaders Dinner

2017 Sandy Springs Conservancy Thought Leaders’ Dinner On March 30, 2017 the Sandy Springs Conservancy will bring together community leaders, city officials, and developers for our fourth annual “Thought Leaders’ Dinner” to promote the economic and community-building...

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Lost Corner Preserve Grand Opening

LOST CORNER PRESERVE NOW OFFICIALLY OPEN It is said good thing come to those who wait and this certainly applies to Lost Corner Preserve. After almost a decade of planning and construction, Lost Corner had its opening ceremony on the morning of March 17th. It was a...

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2016 Thought Leaders Dinner

On April 13th, 2016, the Sandy Springs Conservancy hosted their 3rd Annual Thought Leaders Dinner to educate and inspire city organization, business and government leaders about the importance of more and connected Greenspaces in our community. A rousing networking...

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A new 4+ acre park in the floodplain!

Windsor Meadows – from wet to wonderful! SSC and Board member/landscape architect, Molly Welch, working in collaboration with local neighborhoods, High Point Civic Association created the concept plan for Windsor Meadows – a passive 4.25 acre park with walking trail,...

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