Saturday, March 1 • 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Decatur Recreation Center • 231 Sycamore Street, Decatur, GA 30030 $50 for Wylde Center Member, $60 for Non-Member/ General Public COMBO DEAL! Join us for the BOTH the Symposium and the Atlanta Urban Coop Tour and save! $75, $65 Wylde Center Member. The Coop Tour is March 28 & 29.
You are invited to honor a friend (or two), a family member, or a community leader by purchasing a brick that will be included in the new pathway at the Edgewood Community Learning Garden. Click the bricks to learn more!
You may purchase a gift certificate for a class, plants, events, membership, or a birthday party. Choose from $15, $25, or $50 increments. This a great way to honor someone who already enjoys what the Wylde Center has to offer or introduce someone to the Wylde Center for the first time.
Show your Decatur Farm to School spirit! All Decatur Farm to School tshirts are marked down $5. Perfect for holiday giving and stocking stuffers. All kid shirts are $5 each.
Looking for the perfect gift for a friend for family member? Want to support the Wylde Center, but not necessarily join as a member? Choosing an item from our Wish List is the perfect solution.
Registration is open to become a certified Wylde Center edible gardener! Registration closes Dec. 1. Limited space available. Learn from our experts and lets grow.
The gardens soaked up the rain and the visitors soaked up the views. Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor -Simmons | Fouts | Fichtel Architecture And Design for supporting the event. We would also like to thank the following sponsors for their support as well: Lampe-Farley Communications, Natalie Gregory, Garden*Hood, Plant Creative Landscapes, Peter Block…
Wondering what has changed, what has stayed the same since the Oakhurst Community Garden Project name changed to the Wylde Center? Watch this Tin Rooster Media produced video for your answer.
In cooperation with the City of Decatur and the Dekalb County Public Library, we are pleased to announce a free series of classes about living a green and sustainable lifestyle. Click the image for details!
During my early culinary career, I became overwhelmed by the abundant use of prepared, processed foods that were rich only in artificial colors, flavors and preservatives; commonly used in restaurants and food service establishments. What saddened me most was to see these items featured on menus as ‘fresh’ and ‘natural’. As a student, I was…