FAQ: Intown Atlanta GNPS Pollinator Picnics

FAQ: Intown Atlanta GNPS Pollinator Picnics

What is the Great Georgia Pollinator Census Count?The Great Georgia Pollinator Census count (GGPC) is a citizen science project coordinated by the University of Georgia Extension to encourage Georgians to learn more about insects and be open to planting a pollinator... read more
Rivercane vs. Golden Bamboo–how do you tell?

Rivercane vs. Golden Bamboo–how do you tell?

Rivercane (Arundinaria gigantea), found in several Morningside parks, is a native bamboo. Technically a type of grass, Rivercane is nature’s un-rivaled green infrastructure with its extensive underground roots controlling erosion on creek banks and filtering runoff... read more
Pollinator Picnics – August 20

Pollinator Picnics – August 20

The GNPS-Intown Atlanta Chapter will be on site at various locations around town to partner with the University of Georgia Extension Program’s 2022 Great Georgia Pollinator Census count. Join us to count the pollinators that are so vital to life on earth. We will have... read more

Building a More Vibrant Intown Atlanta Native Plant Community

–A big thanks to Intown Atlanta board member Laura Markson for this great write-up and the photos. Cross-posted over at her “Nurture Native Nature” blog.–On a hot June Sunday afternoon a varied group of around 50 or so people interested in... read more
Got fruit? Donate it!

Got fruit? Donate it!

Do you have a fruit tree or vine in your yard or nearby public space that is underutilized? Concrete Jungle can help! They specialize in picking fruits and berries from urban areas for donation to food pantries and shelters, providing a sustainable and locally grown... read more

Report of Mary Scott Nature Park Workday May 7, 2022

Report of Mary Scott Nature Park Workday May 7, 2022 On May 7,2022, the Friends of Mary Scott Nature Park held a workday at the park. It was a cool, cloudy day, perfect for outside labor. A new worker from Briarlake Forest, a Boy Scout from Troop 77, and his mother... read more
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