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2017 Thought Leaders Dinner

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 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

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!

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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Meet Our Interns

Meet Our Interns

We want to engage the Millennials and younger residents of Sandy Springs because greenspace, parks and trails are as important to them as older generations. We’re fortunate this year to be working with three exceptional Sandy Springs residents! Aidan Brady, a senior...

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SSC Executive Director Announces Retirement

SSC Executive Director Announces Retirement

Linda Bain, the Sandy Springs Conservancy Executive Director, announced her retirement this summer, effective December 31, 2015. She has been the SSC Executive Director since 2007, and was a board member when it was formed under Sandy Springs Revitalization in 2001....

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2015 Thought Leaders Dinner A Success

2015 Thought Leaders Dinner A Success

SCC’s annual Thought Leader’s Dinner was held this year on April 23rd. The topic was Connecting the Dots . . . .the importance of connecting people and places. Liverpool, England, native John Crompton, author and professor at the department of recreation, park and...

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2015 Thought Leader’s Dinner

Connecting the Dots… the importance of connecting people and places… On April 23rd, 2015, keynote speaker Dr. John Crompton explored ways communities can increase their walkability, attractiveness, and long-term vitality. Dr. Crompton brought lessons from three...

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2014 Thought Leader’s Dinner

On April 24 2014, The Sandy Springs Conservancy hosted a dinner and presentation for community thought leaders. Ed McMahon Presentation for Sandy Springs Conservancy. Yes! Money does grow on trees. View our compelling presentation on the economic value of greenspace...

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