May 21 – Travelers Rest State Historic Site in Toccoa, GA. History on the Porch! Mark presents “The Cherokee of Southern Appalachia.” I hope you will join us. Details Here!
May 22 – North Georgia Master Gardeners in Blue Ridge, GA – Join us for a program on “The Ancient Ways of the Cherokee and How We Can Use Them Today”. All about the native plants used by the Cherokee for food, medicine and craft. Here’s a link to the event page!
June 11 – Mountain Chapter of the Georgia Native Plant Society at Young Harris College – Mark will speak on “The Ancient Ways of the Cherokee”. A talk on how the Eastern Cherokee used common native plants and trees for food, medicine, and craft material. Get the details here!
July 8 – Clay County Master Gardeners in Hayesville, North Carolina – Mark will present his most popular program, “The Ancient Ways of the Cherokee and How We Can Use Them Today”. Check out the event info here!
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