Atlanta's Pristine Forest Walk: Frazer Forest
Atlanta's Pristine Forest Walk: Frazer Forest

Atlanta's Pristine Forest Walk: Frazer Forest
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12/17/2017 10:00 AM
1815 S Ponce De Leon Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307, US
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Atlanta's Pristine Forest Walking Tour

Sunday, December 17th
10am - Noon
This pristine forest walk is led by naturalist and author, Mark Warren, who is the director of Medicine Bow, a primitive school of earthlore in the North Georgia Mountains.
Participants of this walk will learn about native plants and their uses as food, medicine, cordage fibers, insect repellency, and craft materials. 
Meeting Location: Frazer Center parking lot (at top of hill)
1815 S Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
Click here for a map of the exact meeting location. 

Suggested donation of $5 to support Trees Atlanta’s education and urban tree planting programs. 

Many thanks to the Frazer Center for parterning with us on this event! 

The Frazer Center is an inclusive community where people at all levels of ability and disability gather, learn and flourish together.



On-site parking is available at the top of the entrance drive 

off of South Ponce de Leon Avenue.

- Walk duration: 2 hours.
Terrain is easy to moderate.
- Some paths may be covered with mulch, muddy and slippery, exercise caution.
- Dress appropriately: No open toe shoes, boots with tread are best.
- Be prepared for weather and sun exposure, sunscreen is highly recommended.
- Bug spray is recommended.
- Bring personal drinking water and snacks to keep yourself hydrated and nourished for the walk.


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