Trees Atlanta's annual Native Plant Sale is coming up, and you might have some questions about species selection. Trees Atlanta staff Taryn and Dave discuss how to select the right plant for the right conditions and tips for ensuring a good start and long term care for them. They will share their own…
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Best-selling author, David Haskell, will talk about "Trees, People, and Cities: Ancient and Modern Connections". This is an in-person event at Trees Atlanta Kendeda Center.
The wellbeing of trees and people are deeply connected. David Haskell has studied these links in cities and forests around the…
Girl Scouts learn how images are created by computer codes and use their coding skills to customize every element of a game app. Cadettes complete requirements toward their Coding for Good: Digital Game Design Badge (badge is not included in registration fee).
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As architecture grapples with its own racist legacy, Hip-Hop Architecture outlines a powerful new manifesto-the voice of the underrepresented, marginalized, and voiceless within the discipline. Exploring the production of spaces, buildings, and urban environments that embody the creative energies in…
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Join MODA on Tuesday, June 15 for a conversation with Betsy in which we'll learn about the work she and others are doing to create a multi-use trail that will connect all communities along the North Fork Peachtree Creek.
NOTE: Science ATL does not endorse in-person events at this time. All persons…
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Celebrate World Ocean Week by joining MODA for a conversation with Coral Morphologic!
Coral Morphologic is the leading creator of innovative underwater media chronicling Earth's imperiled coral reefs.
Founded in 2007 by marine biologist Colin Foord and musician J.D. McKay in Miami as a multi-faceted…
Girl Scouts use their design and building skills to create a fairy door they can add to a garden to “attract fairy friends.” Girl Scouts receive a Fairy Garden Fun Patch (fun patch and mailing cost included in registration).
Participate in a workshop that explores principles of Modern and International architecture.
Learn about architecture and architectural design
Use Minecraft as a CAD tool
Learn about the innovations that lead to this form of design
Learn about and discuss key principles…