The Coastal Plain Chapter of the Georgia Native Plant Society is planning to meet in conjunction with A Day in the Woods at Gaskins Forest Education Center in Alapaha, Georgia on April 23, 2016.  The event includes forest and wildlife activities for the whole family.  The Coastal Plains Chapter, GNPS will have a station related to landscaping with native plants.

This event is FREE with no commercial activities.  Local people will share their love of outdoors, craftsmanship and knowledge of local traditions.   Activities will relate to forestry, wildlife, outdoor recreation, crafts and history.  Most activities will be ongoing, so you can come and go at your leisure.  Some activities may involve getting hands dirty and feet wet, so come prepared.  Samples of game meat—hog and deer, and maybe others—will be provided mid-afternoon.  This is not intended as a full meal.   If you want to cookout for your evening meal, bring your own food. Cooking facilities provided.

Event Activities 1-5 pm ***  Nature Walks 7-9 pm  ***  Astronomy 9-10:30 pm  *** Bring Your Own Cookout 5-7 pm

Location:  Gaskins Forest Education Center, 3359 Moore Sawmill Rd., Alapaha, Georgia.



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