Athens Land Trust preserves, protects, and strengthens the fabric of the community through education and the stewardship of land for purposes of affordable housing, conservation, agriculture, and economic development.
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Help us celebrate the winter holidays and round off our market season at the annual Holiday Market and Craft Fair! We invite you to join us on December 16th from 11 AM to 2 PM at the West Broad Farmers Market and Garden for music, kids’ holiday crafts, local artisans, craft makers, culinary enthusiasts, and local farmers and growers. This is the perfect opportunity to shop for your loved ones this holiday season. You can also look forward to meeting our special guest, Santa!
With the cost of energy on the rise, many Athens residents are feeling the burden of higher bills. The Athens Energy Opportunity Program aims to educate community members on Weatherization, Energy, Home Repairs, Utility Rebates, Solar Installation, and other services.
You can find the West Broad Farmers Market on Tuesdays from 5 to 8 PM at Athentic Brewing Company in Normaltown and Saturdays from 11 AM to 2 PM in the West Broad neighborhood!
The Athens Land Trust office is now open to the public during our standard business hours of 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
Help Us Sustain Healthy Communities
Your donation supports the causes of food justice, land conservation, affordable housing, and economic opportunity for all.
With over two decades of work with the Athens community, together we’ve made significant progress toward improving access, health, and wealth.
acres of farmland, forests, wetlands, and other lands permanently protected across Georgia through conservation easements
low-to-moderate income families have become first-time homeowners
affordable rental units developed for extremely low- to low-income households
We’re right off Prince Ave, a few blocks from downtown, in a light blue house up on Pope Street.