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April 2019

Friends Spring Field Trip

April 26 - April 28
Tall Timbers Research Station, 13093 Henry Beadle Road
Tallahassee, Florida 32312
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Tall Timbers Research Station in the Red Hills region that comprises about 300,000 acres of plantation land between Thomasville, GA and Tallahassee FL. Home to several species of federally endangered birds, plants, and animals, the Red Hills area listed by the Nature Conservancy as one of America’s “Last Great Places,” and Scenic America identified the red hills canopy as one of the “Ten Most Scenic Corridors” in the U.S. Friday: Evening: Introduction to Tall Timbers by a staff member with…

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May 2019

Annual Members Meeting

May 25 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Museum Annex, 4435 Atlanta Highway
Athens, GA United States
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Annual meeting of the Friends of the Museum. Light snacks will be provided. Hear more about the collections from our curators and staff. Tour is included.

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October 2019

2019 Annual Celebration

October 4 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The State Botanical Garden of Georgia, 2450 S Milledge Ave.
Athens, GA 30606 United States
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The Friends of the Georgia Museum of Natural History cordially invites you to attend our annual fund-raising event being held on Friday, October 4, 2019 at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia. We are delighted to host Dr. Rytas Vilgalys, Professor of Biology at Duke University, as our speaker for Celebration 2019. Dr. Vilgalys is an internationally renowned mycologist who has been involved in exploring the deep phylogenetic relationships of fungi - including yeasts, mushrooms, and relatives - as well…

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Mushroom Rambler with Dr. Rytas Vilgalys

October 5 @ 9:45 am - 12:00 pm
The State Botanical Garden of Georgia, 2450 S Milledge Ave.
Athens, GA 30606 United States
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Dr. Vilgalys, Professor of Biology at Duke University, is an internationally renowned mycologist who has been involved in exploring the deep phylogenetic relationships of fungi – including yeasts, mushrooms, and relatives – as well as describing new species, identifying their interactions with their ecosystem, and overall being a Fun Guy. Meet in the upper parking lot across from the Orange Trail at 9:45 am. Bring a sandwich lunch if you like.

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