LUNCH & LEARN: OUR NATIVE BEES
Kris Braman – UGA Entomologist
MAY 19, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Join us for a lunch-time lecture focusing on the importance of providing habitat for native bees in your home landscape. Lecture begins at 11am with a catered lunch at noon. Limited to 25, $20/person. Register with Coastal Wildscapes here
LONGLEAF PINE WORKSHOP
MONDAY MAY 23, 5:30 PM
This educational workshop will focus on USDA EQIP and other programs that promote the planting of Longleaf Pines, the importance of the ecosystem for wildlife, and the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program. Sponsored by Athens Land Trust, USDA NRCS (Natural Resources Conservation Service), and Ashantilly Center, Inc. Open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Limited Seating. RSVP to Ashantilly.
USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender
JUNE HALL McCASH
SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 3:00pm
Jekyll Island’s historian June Hall McCash is the author of twelve books, including three novels, eight nonfiction works, and a book of poetry. Her novel, Almost to Eden, won the Georgia Author of the Year award for first novel in 2011. It was followed by a second novel, Plum Orchard, which was the recipient of the Georgia Author of the Year Award for best novel in 2013. McCash’s new historical novel, Marguerite’s Landing, tells the story of the duBignon family of Jekyll in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Books will be available for signing during the reception following the lecture.
Limited seating. Reserve your place online or by phone (912-437-4473.)