Urban Agriculture: The Alston Lecture at Atlanta Botanical Garden

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The Atlanta Botanical Garden is hosting an exciting event that will surely interest all those with a passion for urban agriculture. On March 5th at 7:00 pm, the Alston Lecture will feature a discussion on “Cultivating Atlanta: Harvesting Knowledge About Urban Agriculture.” This event is part of the Garden’s ongoing lecture series that aims to educate and inspire the community.

Urban agriculture has been gaining popularity in recent years as more people become interested in sustainable living and reconnecting with nature. This lecture will explore the history and current state of urban agriculture in Atlanta, as well as the benefits and challenges of incorporating it into a bustling city. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from experts in the field and learn about the various initiatives and projects that are helping to cultivate a thriving urban agriculture scene in Atlanta. The discussion will also touch upon the impact of urban agriculture on the community, including issues of food insecurity and access to fresh, healthy produce.

The Alston Lecture is a great opportunity for anyone looking to expand their knowledge and understanding of urban agriculture. It is also a chance to connect with like-minded individuals and be a part of the ongoing conversation about sustainable living and food systems. Don’t miss out on this insightful and thought-provoking event at the beautiful Atlanta Botanical Garden. Click here for more information and tickets. We hope to see you there!

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