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Watch artists capture the landscape in real time as you walk the trails, and complete some art projects of your own!
Activities included for adults and children. Vote for your favorite artist, and a panel of judges will select one winning piece to print on a postcard in the Owl's Nest Gift Shop.
Are you an artist interested in signing up? Check out our website for information about artist registration: www.gpnc.org
Inspired by native ecosystems, researchers at The Land Institute are building new agricultural systems that feature perennial grains grown in diverse mixtures. Like the work recounted in Hope Jahren’s Lab Girl, this long-term effort is a story of persistent plant science.
Aubrey Streit Krug (Director of Ecosphere Studies) and Tim Crews (Director of Research) at The Land Institute will reflect on the surprising insights and urgent questions that emerge from their research community’s study of human relationships to crop plants.
Admission price TBD