Book and Lecture Events

Book and Lecture Events

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July 23 – Chattahoochee Nature Center, Roswell, GA – “Survival Tricks of the Trail” Join us at this beautiful nature center to learn more about how to use some of our most common native plants for healing. Participants must register ahead of time due to limited space. Find out more here!

July 26 – Brasstown Bald, Hiawassee, GA – “Through the Eyes of the Cherokee,” a walk and talk to discuss how plants and trees were used by the original inhabitants of the Southern Appalachia. Brasstown Bald is the highest point in Georgia. Join us for an educational program and a beautiful view! Click here for all the details and to REGISTER for this event.

August 15 – Brasstown Bald, Hiawassee, GA – “Through the Eyes of the Cherokee,” a walk and talk to discuss how plants and trees were used by the original inhabitants of the Southern Appalachia. Brasstown Bald is the highest point in Georgia. Join us for an educational program and a beautiful view! Click here for all the details and to REGISTER for this event.

August 21 – Towns County Civic Center, Hiawassee, GA – “Cherokee Medicines and How We Can Use Them Today.” The good folks over at Hamilton Gardens will host us at the Civic Center for a slide presentation on native plants that were used by the Cherokee for medicine. Click here to find out more information.

October 10 – Dunwoody, GA – The Dunwoody Preservation Trust will host Mark for “The Ancient Ways of the Cherokee.” Join us for a look at the food, medicine and crafts of the Cherokee, and learn how you can use them today.  Here’s the Scoop!

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