This Week in Atlanta

 

Here's what's on tap this week.  We also had a couple interesting stories this week in environmental history. Follow the links over to Wikipedia to learn more.

May 18 (Monday)
No Events

May 19 (Tuesday)

12pm - 1pm - Chattahoochee Nature Center - Meet the Keeper

6pm - 7pm - Southeast Beltline 101

May 20 (Wednesday)

430pm - 630pm - YMCA Earth Service Corp @ Piedmont Park
6pm - 8pm - GA Conservation Voters - 9th Annual Environmental Leadership Awards (RSVP, $)

7pm - Ride of Silence

May 21 (Thursday)

7pm - 9pm - Sierra Club - Greater Group Meeting

May 22 (Friday)

No Events

May 23 (Saturday)

730am - 1130am - Morningside Farmer's Market

8am - 1230pm - Alpharetta Farmer's Market

8am - 12pm - Suwanee Farmer's Market

9am - 12pm - Serenbe Farmer's Market

9am - 12pm - Trees Atlanta - Allison Court/Adams Park Mulching & Watering

9am - 1pm - Piedmont Park Green Market

10am - 2pm - Glenwood Park Farmer's Market

12pm - 1pm - Chattahoochee Nature Center - Meet the Keeper
4pm - 630pm - Atlanta Bicycle Coalition - Beginners Refresher & Ride

May 24 (Sunday)

9am - 1pm - Piedmont Park Green Market

This Week in Environmental History

May 21, 1980 - Residents of Love Canal, NY were officially evacuated from the city that had been contaminated by toxic dumping.
May 23, 1908 - The National Bison Range was established in Wyoming. This range would be integral in the survival of the species whose population is still 99% below the historic highs.