PLAINS, GA (WTVM) – In Partnership with National Geographic, the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site will be hosting a BioBlitz event this weekend.
On March 24-25, aspiring scientists of all ages have the opportunity to come out to the site and identify and document as many species as possible.
All events are free and will be held from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm.
During its 2016 centennial year, the National Park Service hosted over 100 BioBlitz events throughout the United States.
The Jimmy Carter National Historic Site is excited to continue the exploration by hosting its own celebration of biodiversity in Plains.
Looking for a unique way to travel to the BioBlitz? The SAM Shortline excursion train will be making an afternoon stop at the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm on both Friday and Saturday. Click here for train information.