Cities Alive: Activating our City through Natural Design
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The Cities Alive panel brings together professionals who incorporate nature, living systems and biophilic design into their work at a range of scales. Exposure to our natural environment has extensive benefits, including reduced stress, improved productivity and the opportunity for social connections. How do we integrate accessibility to nature into our everyday environments and lives? Atlanta professionals in urban forestry, infrastructure, architecture, design and horticulture therapy will use an interactive format to explore how their fields incorporate equal access to natural living systems into their daily work.
This event is sponsored by the Living Building Challenge Collaborative of Atlanta and Trees Atlanta. For more information, please contact Drew Cutright at email@example.com.
- Susan Rutherford, Sr. Watershed Manager, City of Atlanta Bureau of Watershed Protection
- Robby Astrove, Arborist and Environmental Educator, Fruit Forward Orchards
- Bonnie Casamassima, Project Manager, Commercial Sustainability Services, Southface
- Kirk Hines, Horticultural Therapist, A.G. Rhodes Health & Rehab
- Moderated by Shane Totten, Director, Commercial Sustainability Services, Southface
- 6:30-7:00 Networking (Light food and beverages provided)
- 7:00-8:30 Panel discussion and Q&A
We encourage you to walk, bike, or carpool to visit us at the Treehouse. There is very limited public parking in the following areas nearby:
Stove Works parking and optional valet parking for evening events (fee), gravel lot at the corner of Irwin and Krog Street, parking lot at Krog Street Market, and street parking where permitted in surrounding streets. Please allow sufficient time for travel, traffic, and parking when attending events at the TreeHouse.
Free Registration Required (space limited)