The Special Projects Council keeps inspiration alive in unexpected ways throughout the Serenbe community. From public art installations that surprise and delight, to artists’ lectures and intimate conversations, to immersive arts workshops, the Special Projects Council creates magical moments of connection with artists to art enthusiasts.
In 2024, Art Farm will be leading a large-scale restoration project with the goal of transforming the Serenbe Wildflower Meadow into a vibrant and sustainable habitat for native pollinators and wildlife.LEARN MORE
Art Farm helped build a community coalition including the City of Chattahoochee Hills, Rodale Institute, Bear Creek Nature Center, and Hillside Farm to commit to pollinator health and education on public and private lands in the area, making Chattahoochee Hills an official Bee City USA affiliate.LEARN MORE
Art Farm led and funded an initiative to make improvements to access, interpretative signage, invasive species removal, restoration plantings and trail development in Chattahoochee Hills as part of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation's "America the Beautiful Challenge."LEARN MORE
Recognizing the need for more sustainable waste disposal options in the community, Art Farm at Serenbe funded and installed a state-of-the-art compost station at Serenbe Farms and launched an initiative to educate the community about its proper usage. This became the first compost drop-off location for all residents of Chattahoochee Hills and marked the creation of a closed-loop food system at Serenbe.
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