The Friends of Quail Hollow Ranch (FQH) are a group of volunteers who are dedicated to improving and preserving Quail Hollow’s ecosystem as an exceptional habitat for native plants and animals. We support and expand programs in natural history so that visitors of all ages can appreciate, respect and be inspired by the park’s beauty and biodiversity.
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, founded in 2013 thanks to the leadership of park volunteer, Jim Williams. Jim and the founding Board Members (Renee Shepherd, Donna Ziel, Janie Tibbals and Nancy Macy) realized that the park had been suffering from county budget cuts in spite of an amazing group of over 100 volunteers who annually removed invasive non-natives, restored and expanded trails, enhanced bird habitat (including the installation and monitoring of nest boxes), worked in the garden, performed minor repairs to the aging ranch house (and provided seasonal decorations). Thanks to volunteers working with county parks maintenance, a list of projects and improvements were identified and FQH is working to promote the community’s awareness of these needs and raise the necessary funds.
To donate, stop by the donation boxes at the park, or for larger donations, reach out to us via the contact page, or use the button above for PayPal or credit card donations. Thank you so much.