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Science Café: Simone Lim-Hing

Simone Lim-Hing | Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Georgia | Thursday, May 16 at 6 p.m. | Location: Mershon Hall + Facebook Live | Navigating Forest Health in a Changing World   Speaker Bio: Simone Lim-Hing earned a PhD from the University of Georgia Department of Plant Biology and… Read More

Georgia Grown Dinner: Jason Vullo

Celebrate the important relationships between chefs and local farmers during a seasonal dinner in the Outdoor Kitchen. This event will be hosted by Chef Jason Vullo. Member Registration Non-member Registration… Read More

Georgia Grown Dinner: Jared Hucks

Celebrate the important relationships between chefs and local farmers during a seasonal dinner in the Outdoor Kitchen. The dinner will hosted by Chef Jared Hucks. … Read More

Fermented Beverages

Learn how to make your own fizzy herbal sodas while talking about the science behind them and why they are good for you. Read More

Georgia Grown Dinner: Karl Gorline

The Edible Garden Outdoor Kitchen fosters plant-to-plate connections, provides learning opportunities in seasonal eating and sustainable cultivation, and highlights the important relationships between local chefs and growers. In keeping with this, we proudly present the Georgia Grown Dinner Series. As a unique collaboration with the Georgia… Read More

Science Café: Héctor E. Pérez

Héctor E. Pérez | Professor, Environmental Horticulture Department, University of Florida | Thursday, April 25, 6 p.m. | Location: Mershon Hall + Facebook Live | Are Today’s Seeds Ready for the Climate Challenges of Tomorrow? Speaker Bio: Héctor E. Pérez earned an M.S. in Horticultural Science from the University… Read More

Science Café: Karl Fetter

Karl Fetter | USDA Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Connecticut; Biodiversity & Conservation Genomics Center, Institute for Systems Genomics, University of Connecticut | Thursday, March 21, 6 p.m. | Location: Zoom meeting (registration required) | Building conservation genomic programs to protect imperiled tree species of… Read More

Monument of Dirt & Air by Jered Sprecher

Interpreting botanical images shown through technology’s visual filters, Jered Sprecher’s paintings are unlike any other. In collaboration with Whitespace Gallery, located in Inman Park, Atlanta, Monument of Dirt & Air, features 10 oil paintings by Jered Sprecher that depict plants viewed through the lens of technology. These paintings… Read More