Grab your coffee or tea and the breakfast of your choice and join us this Friday morning at 7:30 a.m. on Zoom to hear Kathryn Kolb talk about why the Atlanta metro area is rare among the world’s major cities because it still retains pieces of our region’s original forest. You can join the Zoom meeting at https://zoom.us/j/99732258910 or if you have the Zoom app on your phone or computer, you can go there and type in the meeting ID: 997 3225 8910. You can also join by one tap mobile at +13126266799,,99732258910# US (Chicago) or +16465588656,,99732258910# US (New York).
Kathryn Kolb shows how the accidents of history spared many forested areas and how you can learn to identify these special places in your neighborhood or perhaps even in your own back yard. Kathryn will share interesting historical details, the newest research on trees, and will illustrate her presentation with wonderful photographs. She also offers tips on how to restore the native forest in your yard.
Kathryn has more than 30 years of field experience in forests and wild lands of the Southeast. Her fresh and insightful perspectives on our native forest make each EcoAddendum walk a new and interesting experience. She has collaborated for over 20 years on projects with many regional environmental groups including The Wilderness Society, Georgia Forestwatch, South River Watershed Alliance, West Atlanta Watershed Alliance, City of Atlanta, Georgia Conservancy, and Nature Conservancy. visit: EcoAddendum.org
Kathryn Kolb is also known for her distinctive work as a fine art photographer of natural forms and landscapes. Her photographs are found in prominent regional collections and public venues throughout the US. Visit KathrynKolb.com to view her fine art photographs.