updated October 19th, 2014

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upcoming events for August and September:
November 8th -- Garden Bugs and Birds in the Morning Club (9-11AM); River Critters in the Afternoon Club (1-4)
November 15th -- Revival Gardens Organic Produce harvest dinner 6:30PM with Three Arrows music

ecology and art
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  • Biological and Chemical Sampling of the upper Etowah River in Lumpkin County, GA
  • Birding in Southeastern North America
  • International Art Exchange Projects

River Critters Club: bird tracking, invertebrate sampling, photography, and microscopy mainly on the Upper Etowah River on the second and fourth Saturday afternoon of every month All ages welcome 1:00 -- 4:30PM joe@worldclass.net

Join one of our annual RiversAlive Etowah and Chestatee River clean-up activities and meals on September 27and/or October 11 with Lumpkin Coalition (photos)

Photographing Invertebrates during our 2013 samplings in January and October

Artwork from a seasonal invertebrate sampling on the upper Etowah in Lumpkin County Georgia, USA

River art exchange between Japanese and American students

farming and food
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  • Seasonal Farming and Cooking
  • Organic Certification Consulting
  • School Field Trips

Garden Bugs and Birds Club: Experience a morning in the garden and learn more about organic farming, bugs, and birds at Revival Gardens every second Saturday 9:00 -- 11:30 throughout the year realfood@revivalgardens.com

School Field Trip: learn how to think with the sun and the seasons to build a year-round garden and construct a homestead using recycled materials (trip details)

language and cultureFollow this link for an introduction

  • Japanese Language and Culture
  • Global Stories to introduce English and Japanese as second languages
  • Exploring World History and Literature

International Appalachian Academy

  Practice conversational Japanese and discuss topics in world history, related books and articles over dessert and tea: Japanese class is every Wednesday from 6:30-8; and on Thursdays at the same time, we have World History discussions and cross-cultural conversations

Spring Break in Yamanashi-ken, Japan (March 24th to April 7th, 2012)

Sponsors:

Revival Gardens Organic Produce box subscriptions, catering, and garden design

 

Just Right Construction:
Quality new construction, renovations
, and maintanence


Three Arrows Music performances and music lessons for banjo, harmonica, fiddle and mandolin


International Appalachian Academy: private and on-line classes in Japanese language and World History

Collaborators:

Appalachian Studies Center, North Georgia College
Georgia Adopt-a-Stream/Rivers Alive
Georgia Mountains Unitarian Universalist Church G.L.O.B.E. (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment)
Georgia Pick-and-Bow Program
Japan Exchange and Teaching Program (JET)
Koyo Dahlonega
Liberty Middle School, Forsyth County
Lumpkin Coalition
Lumpkin County Elementary School
Trout Unlimited, Dahlonega