“Good Neighbors: Good Stewards” continues at the Rickman Store

The second session of “Good Neighbors, Good Stewards: Community and Environmental Change in Macon County” will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 29, at the Rickman Store on 259 Cowee Creek Road, seven miles north of Franklin.

The goal of the forum is to identify and understand what environmental issues are of concern to residents and what knowledge about the local environment they can share to enhance Coweeta Long-Term Ecological Research.

The meetings are part of a partnership between the Coweeta Listening Project and the Friends of the Rickman Store.

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