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Go Wild with your Gardening
Saturday, January 29
9:00 - 4:00pm

Ecological steps along the path to a garden for nature

Are you ready to transition your garden to a more wildlife-friendly greenspace?

No matter your level of gardening experience or the size of the garden you care for, join us for a day of learning and inspiration to enhance your own connection with nature through the plants. All gardens can be part of a vital network of havens for nature across the city, state, and nation.

Experienced educators, authors, and scientists will inspire and guide you along the path to a healthy, thriving, native wildlife garden. Plus you will meet others in the community who care as much as you do!

Frederique Lavoipierre – Opening Keynote Speaker
Author of Garden Allies: The Insects, Birds & Other Animals That Keep Your Garden Beautiful and Thriving

Garden Allies explains how your garden can be a thriving, balanced community that gives more to your landscape than it takes.” – Douglas W. Tallamy, author of Nature’s Best Hope

David Haskell – Closing Keynote Speaker
Author of The Songs of Trees

Additional speakers are available in breakout sessions. Lunch provided.

General Public $75/CNC members $60. Books not included.  Advanced registration required by Sunday, January 23.


Event Location

Chattahoochee Nature Center


Your Garden's Allies: The Insects, Birds, and Other Animals That Keep a Garden Thriving and Beautiful (Hardcover )

  • By Frederique Lavoipierre
  • Price: $24.95
  • ISBN: 9781643260082
  • Published: Timber Press (OR)

The Songs of Trees: Stories from Nature's Great Connectors (Paperback )

  • By David George Haskell
  • Price: $18.00
  • ISBN: 9780143111306
  • Published: Penguin Books