Have you been looking for an opportunity to learn more and meet others who want the same? Check out our monthly potluck meetings and our quarterly field trips.
Dine and Discover Potlucks
Come connect, learn, and get engaged with CNC during these monthly potluck meetings. Topics change each month and provide you a chance to enhance your knowledge of the natural world.
Dates: Meetings take place the 4th Thursday of each month. We do not meet in November or December.
Times: Potluck at 7:00pm and program begins at 7:30. We expect to be done between 9:00 – 9:30pm
Place: We will meet in the Plaza Conference Room at the Chattahoochee Nature Center. Whenever possible our programs will include some indoor learning and some outdoor exploration.
Cost: $10 General Public; $5 CNC Members; FREE for CNC, CNC Volunteers & Master Naturalist Graduates
What to Bring: a vegetarian dish to share!
Ages: The Nature Club is for adults ages 16 and up.
Registration: Advance registration is not required
January 23: Conserving Threatened and Endangered Species in the Southeast
Join US Fish and Wildlife Scientist Rob Tawes as he discusses current information on the state of threatened and endangered species in the southeastern part of the country.
February 27: Paddling and Paddle Georgia
Georgia River Network volunteers, Alicia Evans (CNC Outreach Coordinator) and Joey Giunta (CNC Canoe Guide) share their experiences with Paddle Georgia and the youth program (psst – this year Paddle Georgia is on the ‘Hooch.) For more information, visit http://www.chattnaturecenter.org/the-nature-store.
You can also sign-up to be on our mailing list – we will send out an e-mail once a month regarding The Nature Club events. Send an e-mail to email@example.com with Sign-up for The Nature Club E-mail in the subject line.
Winter Field Trip: Private Tour of Johns Creek Environmental Campus
Saturday, December 14, 10am
Join The Nature Club for a private tour of the Johns Creek Environmental Campus (JCEC.) The JCEC is a unique facility combining state-of-the-art wastewater treatment technology with an educational facility. It incorporates the use of the wastewater treatment process as an educational tool – explaining to adults and children alike issues and benefits related to water quality and aquatic life in the Chattahoochee River, water conservation, reuse water, and the value of water.
Place: Johns Creek Environmental Campus, 8100 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Alpharetta
Meet: In parking lot of JCEC at 9:55AM
Cost: $10 General Public/$5 CNC Members/Free CNC Volunteers and Master Naturalist Graduates