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The Dr. Dan and Muriel Nathan Education Pavilion is located by the lake.
Ground breaking for the first phase of the fifteen-acre Brown and Hall Environmental Garden was held in the fall of 1996.
The creation of a 2.4 acre lake has been completed and housed at one end of the lake is a pavilion for classroom instruction for pre-school students through senior citizens.
This Garden greatly expands the focus and mission of Massee Lane. Featuring plants native to the southeastern United States, this garden illustrates the diversity of plant life in our area. Participants in the educational program learn about their environment and ways in which we can protect and improve our surroundings. The garden includes a good walking trail for viewing the beauty of the plantings and the lake. Seven habitats are gradually being established, ranging from the lake, to the upland forest. The Georgia Department of Transportation has given ACS permission to be a repository for locally endangered native plants, adding to the significance of the garden.