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Glenn Creek Nature Preserve is a two-acre bioreserve of native Piedmont Habitat maintained by neighbors and owned by the City of Decatur. Glenn Creek (formerly Hunter's Branch) runs through the property and is part of the South Fork Peachtree sub-watershed.

Volunteers learn about native species of the Georgia Piedmont, forest and stream bank restoration, adopt -stream program, and greenspace management. The preserve is open to the public.

For more information or to volunteer, please contact Neil Norton , 404-378-7939

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September 11th, 2010 9am - 12pm
October 9th, 2010 9am -12pm
October, 24th, 2pm-5pm (Sunday)
November 20th, 9am - 12pm

Note: October 24th is family day volunteer and kids of all ages are invited.

Wear long pants, long sleeves, closed shoes, and gloves. Bring tools, but if do not have them we have extra.

Completed new "upperline trail" with 2009 volunteer projects. Thank you Mr. Billingley's Freshman Close Up Volunteers! In recongnition of their hardwork, the nature preserve is donating $100 to the Close Up fund, which helps pay for students to go to the capital.

One of Mr. Billingsley students found a quartz arrowhead about 3 inches long in the Nature Preserve. Cool!!!!!!!!!!!

During a big rain on 9/20/2009 an otter was spotted in the Glenn Creek near the nature preserve.

Nick Richwagon has completed his Eagle Scout Project with two new signs about native and invasive plants and identifiying 30 different plants throughout the Nature Preserve.

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