In July of 2018, EDG received additional grant funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to continue environmental education outreach, invasive species removal, and introduction of native plants. Invasive species such as kudzu are periodically removed with the help of partners at Trees Atlanta, community volunteers, and visiting goats.
As the remaking of metro Atlanta continues apace, cleaning up and re-purposing some of the area’s most problematic properties requires more than a motivated developer with a permit, a bulldozer and a construction crew.
The groundbreaking ceremony of the Avondale MARTA transit oriented development, where the EDG Trail will terminate on a state of the art pedestrian/cyclist plaza.
After almost four years of planning, the PATH Foundation has begun construction of the East Decatur Greenway Trail! The 1.1 mile bicycle/pedestrian trail will provide safe, off-the-road access to the Avondale MARTA station from the trailhead at 890 Columbia Drive.
The work begins today, November 11, at 890 Columbia Drive, the former Speed Trip gas station! Contractors are installing the erosion control measures.
East Decatur Greenway is undertaking cleanup activities at 890 Columbia Drive, Decatur, Georgia. Below is an overview of frequently asked…
East Decatur Greenway (EDG) announces a request for proposals (RFP) to conduct corrective actions at the EDG site located at 890 Columbia Drive in Decatur, DeKalb County, Georgia.
East Decatur Greenway is launching a competition to solicit designs ideas for the future community greenspace and trailhead being developed at 890 Columbia Drive, Decatur, Georgia…