The seventh annual electrical extravaganza features spectacular light displays throughout the Garden, including the new high-tech Nature's Wonders, illuminating the world's natural phenomena through countless strands of synchronized dancing lights strung high over Storza Woods. Through Jan. 7, explore the Walk of Flames and Tunnel of Light along with favorites such as the Orchestral Orbs, Glittering Galaxy, Radiant Rainforest, and Model Trains that continue to make the exhibition a must-see holiday tradition.
The local food movement is ever growing thanks to the individuals and organizations that we fondly call our opportunity makers, who host events for improving access to local foods. Submit your events related to metro Atlanta's local food system below.
2017 Bi-National Domestic Fair Trade Association Conference | Linking Up: Creating Fair and Sustainable Agricultural Supply Chains
This year, the Domestic Fair Trade Association is hosting a conference with the theme Linking Up: Creating Fair and Sustainable Agricultural Supply Chains in order to remind us that there are alternatives to our current food system and to inspire us to truly believe that these alternatives can become the norm.
Join the North Fulton Master Gardeners to learn how to keep growing through the winter months!
Join The Celtic Gardener, Anne-Marie Anderson, for Homestead Atlanta's popular chicken crash course. This class will cover legislation, coop design, breed selection, care and feeding. You will also receive a resource list of local chicken groups, vets, chick and feed sources.
Black Urban Growers (BUGs) and partners are pleased to present the 7th Annual Black Farmers & Urban Gardeners (BUGS) Conference, convening urban and rural farmers, students, chefs, food product makers, herbalists, nutritionists, consumers, policy makers, educators, activists and organizations from across the country! Rooted and Rising: Black Southern Land Legacies of Resistance & Resilience is the theme of this year’s conference.
Join EarthShare of Georgia at their inaugural Sustainability Speaker Series event supported by the Ray C. Anderson Foundation as environmental legend and keynote speaker, Sally Bethea shares her story and the pivotal moments of her amazing career. This will be a night to remember with food, fun, and business networking.
Katharine Wilkinson, D.Phil., is Senior Writer at Project Drawdown, working to bring Drawdown to life and to the world and translating research into message. She brings with her an interdisciplinary background that cuts across sustainability, strategy, and thought leadership.
This webinar explores the “Return to Roots” theme, featuring organizations that are grounded in food sovereignty, preserve cultural heritage, and focus on achieving affordable access to healthy, culturally appropriate, sustainably produced food.
Support PAHL's Belvedere Peace Community Garden programs when you buy a plant at their plant sale.
Come out for a festive day full of planting salsa-inspired veggies, preparing a tasty taco lunch, and preserving fresh salsa to take home!
Truly Living Well's Gardening 101 classes offer hands-on instruction that teach fundamental to advanced concepts for growing food where you live. The classes are given the first Saturday of every month at our East Point or Collegetown Farm locations. All classes include instruction and hands on experience, meaning that you will be getting your hands dirty!
Wholesome Wave Georgia will host its 8th annual Southern Chefs Potluck fundraiser on the pastoral grounds at the Inn at Serenbe. This year’s event will bring together over 250 guests, chefs, and bartenders from across Georgia for an afternoon of food, fellowship, and fundraising.
Chefs Collaborative’s 8th Annual Summit, Growing Community – Owning the Future, will take place in Atlanta, GA, Saturday, September 9 – Monday, September 11, set against the backdrop of Atlanta’s most iconic landmarks, such as the Fox Theatre, Atlanta Botanical Gardens and Ponce City Market. Join us for engaging presentations, hands-on workshops, delicious shared meals and celebrations, and networking with other chefs and food professionals who are building a better food system.
Bring your business idea, get feedback from mentors, and learn more about developing your small business at this hands on session.
Don’t miss this opportunity to network with other business owners and partners as we explore ways to reuse wood waste with strategies that build community and pay us back. Rain or shine. Registration is limited.