We are thrilled to announce the launch of our first ever podcast - We Dig Community. Stay tuned for more episodes and please subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts!
We DIG Community tells the stories of the people and organizations behind our Service Made Social mission. In this episode we sit down with Robby Astrove, who is the park ranger at Arabia Mountain just outside of Atlanta, GA.
Robby has deep roots (literally and figuratively) in the city, where he is an ardent arborist and foraging fanatic. His ties in the nonprofit sector include Trees Atlanta, Concrete Jungle and more. While Robby works professionally as a park ranger, he also helps lead a number of fruit tree and gleaning-related initiatives for the community. This includes his latest event, Serviceberry Fest ATL, which takes place on June 3rd.
Robby has led several Community Bucket groups through the trails and open space of Arabia Mountain over the years, and his projects are never to be missed. We really enjoyed speaking with Robby about all things community, plants and trees, and we hope you like what he has to say as well!
Resources discussed in this episode:
Join his Serviceberry Fest ATL on June 3rd – https://bit.ly/3gFLDjv
Join us for Sunday Seva at Arabia Mountain on June 6th – https://bit.ly/arabiaseva
Check out Farmers Jam ATL, Robby’s musical and jam collaboration
How you can get involved:
Check out our Events page for upcoming opportunities to serve in your community.
Where you can find us:
Atlanta Instagram: @communitybucket_atl
Austin Instagram: @communitybucket_atx
Denver Instagram: @communitybucket_den
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