We believe people can live more fully when connected to Nature’s wonders.
Nestled within the rolling Chattahoochee Hill Country in Georgia, Serenbe is a community that strives to be a living part of our natural surroundings, not something to be built at Nature's expense. We recognize how much we need Nature in our lives: we need fresh air, fresh food, trees and grass around us. Being grounded and connected to Nature allows us to live healthier and more fruitful lives. More importantly, Nature binds us all together in our humanity.
The reverence and integration of Nature as a critical component of our work is an uncompromising pillar of all that we do. At full development, more than 700 acres of Serenbe's greenspace and wetlands will be designated as protected land. The Serenbe Institute is charged with not only ensuring the protection and maintenance of this invaluable asset for our community, but also designing programs that engage and educate our residents, neighbors and visitors about the land that we call home.
Saturday, December 2
The Serenbe Institute's Environmental Committee presents a tour of prehistoric Native American sites in Serenbe.
Have you heard about the ancient cultural sites in Serenbe, including the prehistoric mound and grinding basin, but still haven't gone to see them? Your chance is coming up, and it will include expert insight into the Native American cultures that called this area home thousands of years ago.
The presentation will begin at 1 pm in Grange Hall, with the guided hike following at 2 pm. After the hike, light refreshments will be served and you'll have an opportunity to speak with the lecturers.
Tickets for the lecture only are $10. Tickets for both the lecture and the hike are $15 and limited to 30 people, so reserve yours quickly.
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