Please forward this to teachers who might be interested in planning a
field trip to the Georgia Nature Center.  Schedule a trip for March,
and receive $80 worth of free Carnivorous Plants.  Details are here:

Field trips meet GPS standards for all K-12 grade levels, and last
from 1 to 3 hours.  Students will take part in a guided tour across
100-acres, viewing the Solar Power Exhibition, Next Generation Home,
thousands of Carnivorous Plants, and an Organic Farm.  Most schools
bring bag lunches to eat in our picnic area.

Having trouble arranging buses?  Georgia Nature Center offers discount
Charter Bus Packages.  If you are having difficulty arranging trans-
portation through your county, or simply want to have the chance to
stay at the center for an extended day, try a Charter Bus Package
which include BOTH deluxe roundtrip transportation AND admission to
the center for as little as $16.00 per person.

   Charter Bus Information:

Georgia Nature Center can handle up to 300 students in one trip.

    Field Trip Information:

Save 10%: Reserve a tour by Feb. 15 for a field trip anytime during
the remainder of the school year, and save 10% by paying promptly.
As an added bonus, visit before March 31, 2009 and you will receive
over $80 worth of carnivorous plants for you and your students.

During 2008 we sold out nearly every day, with over 15,000 students
visiting from almost every county in the state.  Reserve a tour now
by calling 1-800-800-2099 to ensure best choice of available dates.


Jeff Gold
Founder, Georgia Nature Center

Georgia Nature Center
3001 Salem Road, Watkinsville, Georgia 30677   Phone: 1-800-800-2099

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David Turner
Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum
216 Four Towers, UGA Campus
Athens, GA 30602
Office: 706-542-9043
Fax: 706-542-9602
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