Summertime on the Mountain

Our mission at Brownieland Pictures is to empower nonprofits by expanding their reach and engaging communities through stories that inspire and motivate. We do this by partnering with nonprofits to create compelling videos that make a difference, and by giving our time through volunteer work. Robyn Ellis Kranz, Brownieland Pictures partner, has been volunteering at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park as a Mountain Top Greeter (MTG). Here are her thoughts about volunteering so far:

As the summer heats up, my volunteer time at Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield National Park gets a little busier. We have more families making the trek up the mountain, which is so great to see. I had a wonderful conversation with a six-year-old boy as his aunt and uncle were getting in their work out. The deer are out in force, lots of fawns and their moms, and early in the morning, you can see them grazing in the woods. It’s such a treat getting to meet people, show them trails and maps, answer their questions, and spend time in the wild. I have taken for granted the history and beauty of Kennesaw Mountain, but it’s been gratifying rediscovering it. Come visit! Or better yet, do some volunteering of your own in our precious state and national parks. 

Brownieland’s Robyn Kranz spends Summertime on the Mountain

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield is a Civil War battleground of the Atlanta Campaign featuring a 2,965-acre park with over 18 miles of trails spanning from Marietta to just north of the visitor’s center in Kennesaw. The top of Kennesaw Mountain rises 1800 feet above sea level and provides spectacular views of downtown Atlanta and its surrounding area. At this national battlefield park, you can enjoy a hike, photograph wildlife, watch living history demonstrations, and more. Find out more about Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park HERE.

Volunteering at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park is a great way to help support the park and preserve its historical and natural treasures. Volunteer activities include greeting visitors at the visitor center, clearing trails, and assisting in historic demonstrations. Learn more about how you can support Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park HERE.

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