Canopy Atlanta collaborates with Atlantans—from assigning stories to reporting and presenting them—and helps residents access information about the issues that matter to them most.


Canopy Atlanta’s stories center communities directly affected by civic issues.

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Issue No. 3



We talked to more than 75 Bankhead and Grove Park community members to learn more about their Westside neighborhoods and paid and trained five community Fellows to report and write those stories, working alongside more experienced journalists.

Cover art by Barbara Rego.
Cover art by Sean Fahie.

Issue No. 2

Forest Park


Each Canopy Atlanta issue focuses on a different neighborhood in metro Atlanta. Last summer, we partnered with more than 120 community members of Forest Park in Clayton County to report stories that reflect their information desires.