The Southeast Regional Conservation Association is pleased to present this workshop for conservators from many specialties and allied professionals. Pat Kelley of Insects, Ltd. will lead the program on pest identification, abatement and control. He will also address potential hazards caused by infestations and eradication methods. The meeting will be held on the campus of Emory University at the R.W. Woodruff Library and will include a tour of The Wren’s Nest, home of Uncle Remus author Joel Chandler Harris. This annual gathering will also provide opportunities to network and socialize with your colleagues in one of the South’s most dynamic cities.
Location, Directions, and Accommodations
The conference will be held in the Jones Room of the Robert W. Woodruff Memorial Library. It is located on Emory’s main campus, a few miles from downtown Atlanta in the Druid Hills neighborhood, between the Virginia Highlands neighborhood and the small city of Decatur.
The address is: Robert W. Woodruff Memorial Library
On the left side click Library, then 1980-ROBERT W. WOODRUFF LIBRARY
General driving directions-- NOTE: The main campus entrance is closed due to road construction
From Interstate 20 Eastbound
Take exit 60-A, the Moreland Avenue exit. Turn right on Moreland and follow it approximately 3 miles. Moreland will change to Briarcliff Road once it crosses Ponce de Leon Avenue. Continue straight on Briarcliff approximately 2 miles to North Decatur Road. Turn right and follow North Decatur one mile to the Clifton Road intersection.
Parking: Turn left at the Clifton Road light, then take an immediate left at the next light onto Fishburne Drive. Go down the hill (veering left). At the stop sign turn left, then left again at the next stop sign. The Fishburne parking deck is immediately on your right. Visitor parking is on the ground level. On weekends only, go up to top entrance for free parking.
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