“Wylde Center summer camp was awesome! My daughter talked nonstop all week about what she was experiencing.” – Jennifer Querubin
Sign your kids up for a Wylde Center nature camp! Registration for summer camp is now open for children currently enrolled in Kindergarten – 3rd Grade.
Wylde Center’s Farm Fellow, Farmer Pat is offering a Spring CSA that runs 4 weeks and starts April 16. The CSA includes radishes, kale, collards, arugula, scallions, carrots, cabbage, Asian greens mix, kohlrabi, salad mix, and assorted herbs.
20 spots are now available. Sign up today.
This session runs April 16-May 7. http://wyldecenter.org/csa/
#itpaystobeamember It really does.
Every Member Enjoys:
Free entry into the Mulberry Fields Gone Wylde event ($10 value)
Ticket discounts to Wylde Center’s Garden Tour, Beer Garden & Silent Auction, and Deck the Wylde Wreaths events ($20 value)
Discount on a Wylde Center event rental for a birthday, wedding or other event ($25 value)
Free or discounted entry to all of Wylde Center’s Art & Nature Programs as well as the Lunch & Learn series.
Invitation to Members-only
Spring Plant Sale Preview and Summer Ice Cream Social
Access to Members-only sales on plants and merchandise
Ready, set… it is almost time to plant your summer garden! Join Stephanie Van Parys, Executive Director of Wylde Center and horticulturist for an in depth talk on what vegetables to include in your summer garden. From beans to tomatoes, Stephanie will give tips for a successful and bountiful harvest. She’ll also share her top ten summer vegetables that she always plants chosen because they are delicious and they grow really well in Atlanta. Both new and experienced gardeners are welcome.
Free for Wylde Center members
$10 for General Public
Limited to 25 participants
Wylde Center grows its own spring vegetable transplants perfect for your garden. Stop by for a great selection of lettuces, chard, peas, kale, broccoli cabbage, and so much more. Exact varieties will be regularly posted on our Facebook event page.
Read all about Wylde Center’s work at the Edgewood Community Learning Garden and with our Atlanta Public School partners. The report includes an annual overview of our programs including field trips to Edgewood, programs delivered at our partner schools, and the results of our after school garden program.
Wylde Center is hiring a Development Director and an Educator. Resumes will be accepted through March 15, 2018, or until the position has been filled.
April 6-October 27, 2018 dates are now available. Reserve your night to spend the night in our Hobbit Houses at Hawk Hollow. The Hawk Hollow Hobbit Houses are two unique, unfurnished tiny homes available for campers. The Hobbit Houses are located in a woodland forest on a small private park that was once an overgrown…
Just in time for the holidays, we have Decatur Farm to School totes and caps. Shipping available.
Throughout the year, Wylde Center hosts events that have become a tradition for our many participants who in turn, spread the word and bring their friends. Wylde Center’s reach is far, and our ability to bring large groups of participants has been successful. In turn, sponsoring Wylde Center places your business in front of more than 6,000 visitors and more than 3,000 online views. As a result, your business enjoys increased exposure and your sponsorship supports our beloved local non-profit, Wylde Center.
Sponsor two or more Wylde Center events/gardens at the same level and receive 10% off your sponsorship.
Beekeeping: Getting Started - Atlanta Botanical Garden
When: 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Where: Atlanta Botanical Garden, adjacent Piedmont Park at 1345 Piedmont Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30309
<p>This is an information-gathering class about the feasibility of beekeeping in the area. Learn about the basics of beekeeping and the beekeeper’s year, where to find materials, and when and how to get started. Weather permitting; students visit the Garden’s hives for a demo. Register early – space is limited.</p><p>Fee: $34 (Members $29)</p><p>Deadline: March 21</p><p>Instructor: Curtis Gentry, Garden Beekeeper</p><p>[To register: http://atlantabg.org/learn/adult-classes/getting-started-beekeeping ]</p><p><br></p>
Summer Veggie Garden - Atlanta Botanical Garden
When: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Where: Atlanta Botanical Garden, adjacent Piedmont Park at 1345 Piedmont Avenue, Atlanta, GA 3039
<p>Learn how to grow and harvest fresh, delicious produce in your home garden. Find out about vegetables and herbs that will perform well through Georgia’s summer months and learn tips for improving your yields.</p><p>Instructor: Stephanie Van Parys, Executive Director, The Wylde Center</p><p>Fee: $29 (Members $24)</p><p>Registration Deadline: March 24</p><p>[To register: http://atlantabg.org/learn/adult-classes/summer-veggie-garden ] </p><p><br></p>