The Slave Dwelling Project Conference
Our Communications Director, Dr. Sara Harwood, will be speaking about Mimosa Hall at the 2018 Slave Dwelling Project Conference in Murfreesboro, TN this October. The Slave Dwelling Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, assists property owners in preserving and interpreting extant slave dwellings. The organization is well-known for operating "Overnight Stays" and interpretive programs in historic structures. The conference brings together stewards of historic properties, students, faculty, and practitioners of public history. Dr. Harwood is looking forward to sharing the research that she has done on the enslaved persons who lived at Mimosa Hall.
Mimosa Hall is going solar!
Friends of Mimosa Hall & Gardens is fundraising to install a proprietary thin-paneled solar roof on the house, which will lower the City of Roswell's energy bill by $5000/year and make Mimosa the oldest Net Zero building in the country.
Please CLICK HERE for more information on this exciting project!
Simone du Boise, the genius behind the roof design, spoke with Michael Litten on Ride the Vibe about the project and her background in architecture. CLICK HERE to listen.
Steve Gibson, the first president of Friends of Mimosa, spoke about the project on Yale Climate Connections. CLICK HERE to listen.
Friends of Mimosa Hall & Gardens release position papers.
To view each pdf, click on the following subject.
In April 2018, Friends of Mimosa appeared on WSB-TV's "Georgia's Hidden Treasures."
Click below to watch the clip!
Click below to hear Michelle Slater discuss Mimosa Hall & Gardens and The Friends on Positively Roswell Podcast.
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