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2017 GA-TACF Annual Meeting
Sat, April 29, 2017, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM EDT
The Georgia Chapter of the American Chestnut Foundation is hosting their annual meeting in collaboration with the Lumpkin Coalition on April 29, 2017 at the University of North Georgia. The GA-TACF annual meeting is an exciting opportunity to learn more about American chestnut restoration research in Georgia and national restoration efforts! Attendees will hear research presentations from Georgia scientists as well as from a visiting keynote speaker. Also, attendees will tour orchard facilities involved in chestnut research at the University of North Georgia (?). It is free to attend the meeting, and box lunches will be available to attendees for $10.00. Box lunches include potato chips, whole fruit, a cookie and sandwich of your choice: turkey and swiss, ham and swiss, or garden veggie and cheese. Pastries and coffee will also be available before the meeting for $1.00.
Please let us know if you can attend by RSVP-ing on our Eventbrite page by March 29th! Also, if you plan to purchase a box lunch, please select your sandwich preference when you register!
Those who wish to attend but cannot be physically present can link in remotely through our web conferencing facility: https://www.uberconference.com/frenchjrfry
From Atlanta area: take US19/GA400 north to the end. Turn left at the traffic light towards Dahlonega, staying on US19. Go 5 miles to the first traffic light, then turn left on Morrison Moore Parkway. Go 0.8 miles to the first traffic light, turn right on W Main Street. Go .25 miles to the next light, turn left on Sunset Drive. The Health and Natural Sciences building is a prominent glass-front building on the top of the hill, about 200 yards. Turn left into the parking lot after passing the building.
From Dahlonega main square: The UNG campus is immediately south of the main square in Dahlonega. From the square, take West Main Street south about .3 miles to the first traffic light, Turn right on Sunset Drive. The Health and Natural Sciences building is a prominent glass-front building on the top of the hill, about 200 yards. Turn left into the parking lot after passing the building.
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