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  • Dec 7 ST&T Athens: Fungi in Research and Disease

    Dec 7 – NoonSandy Creek Nature Center, 205 Old Commerce Rd, Athens, GA 30607 Come learn about how Fungi can be more then just “fun guy” dad jokes! We’ll meet in the parking lot and head out from there. Please wear comfy shoes, and bring weather appropriate clothing and a…

  • Nov 9 ST&T: Edible Insects

    Nov 9. Rose Circle Park. Noon. Please remember water, sunscreen, and comfortable shoes. We are walking about a mile. Rain Plan: Meet at Monday Night Garage (right next to park) While American culture embraces aquatic arthropods like shrimp and lobster, an outdated taboo has prevented us from enjoying their terrestrial…

  • Oct 26 ST&T Athens: Botanical Gardens!

    Oct 26. Noon. State Botanical Gardens of Georgia. Join us as we explore the Botanical Gardens in Athens!

  • Oct 12 ST&T: Nature’s Medicine Chest

    Oct 12. Rose Circle Park. Noon. Please remember water, sunscreen, and comfortable shoes. We are walking about a mile. Rain Plan: Meet at Monday Night Garage (right next to park) Of the nearly 400,000 plants on Earth, around 28,000 of them are used in traditional medicine. Each plant tissue is…

  • Sept 21 ST&T Athens: Inaugural Walk

    Sept 21. Noon. Dudley Park Join us for our innagural ST&T in Athens GA! Wear: Comfortable shoes and clothing.Bring: drinking water, bug spray, and sunscreen are all highly recommended.

  • Sept 14 ST&T: Trees Atlanta

    Sept 14. Rose Circle Park. Noon. Rain Plan: Meet at Monday Night Garage (right next to park) Enjoy fresh air, new city views, fascinating Atlanta history, and every season of horticulture interest! Come walk the Atlanta BeltLine with an expertly trained Trees Atlanta Docent, Alison Mawle, and learn firsthand about…

  • Aug 10 ST&T. Return to Panama: A Frog’s Journey

    Aug 10. Rose Circle Park. Noon. Rain Plan: Meet at Monday Night Garage (right next to park) August’s Science Tales and Trails will focus on amphibians. Amphibians have been both predators and prey since before the dinosaurs, so modern ecosystems rely heavily on their booming populations and constant insect management. …

  • July 16. Special Event ST&T: A Moonwalk to Celebrate the Moon Landing.

    July 16. 845 pmBeltline at Fourth Ward Skatepark and King of Pops Window. There is street parking on North Highland Ave and a garage on Elizabeth Ave. Aim your GPS toward: 830 Willoughby Way NE, Atlanta, GA 30312 50 years ago man landed on the moon. Let’s take a walk…

  • July 13 ST&T: Birding: Modern Day Dino Hunting

    July 13, Noon. Rose Circle Park July’s ST&T will focus on “Birding: aka Dinosaur Hunting” hosted by Jason Ward . Jason Ward is a birder, writer, and Outreach Coordinator for the National Audubon Society. Born and raised in The Bronx, NYC, his love for wildlife began at a young age when…

  • June 8 ST&T: How the Brain Works

    June 8, Noon. Rose Circle Park June’s ST&T will focus on “How the Brain Works” hosted by Leah Krevitt. From federal research grants to panicked WebMD searches, we ask a lot of different questions about our brains. How do real-world observations translate into basic neurobiology research agendas–and how do those…