Thomson Park Fall Workdays

Welcome to WD Thomson Park in DeKalb County!  The Friends of Thomson Park have three upcoming monthly workdays during the fall of 2022: –  Saturday, Oct 15, 9:00am to 12:00pm –  Sunday, November 20,  2:00pm to 5:00pm –  Sunday, December 11, 2:00pm to 5:00pm Note that... read more
Annual Meeting – Plant Share & Swap

Annual Meeting – Plant Share & Swap

Volunteers are needed to help make this day a success.  Please email alederberg@gnps.org to volunteer. We have an exciting day planned at Zonolite Park on September 18. The order of events: 12-1 PM Plant Drop-Off. You can bring up to 10 native plants to swap. Bring... read more
Save the Date: Chapter Annual Meeting and Plant Share!

Save the Date: Chapter Annual Meeting and Plant Share!

NOW is the best time to pot up your favorite Georgia native plants to get ready for the first Intown Atlanta GNPS Plant Share & Swap event as part of our Annual Meeting on Sunday, September 18 at 1:00pm. Join a growing community sharing favorite native plants with... read more

Report of Mary Scott Nature Park Workday August 6, 2022

Report of Mary Scott Nature Park Workday August 6, 2022 The August workday at Mary Scott Nature Park was the morning of August 6, 2022. We were so fortunate to have five Georgia Native Plant Society Intown Chapter members join our efforts to pretty up the park in... read more

Report of Mary Scott Nature Park Workday July 2, 2022

Report of Mary Scott Nature Park Workday July 2, 2022 On July 2,2022, the Friends of Mary Scott Nature Park held a workday at the park. Two 2022 graduates of Chamblee High worked on trail maintenance by lining the edge of the path with downed wood to confine the... read more
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
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