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As a result of the incredible challenges posed by widespread land degradation in drylands, there is a tremendous need to develop new methods that will provide alternatives to existing, potentially unsustainable land use management practices. In order to support the development and implementation of appropriate systems, we have established this resource to serve as a platform for the accumulation and refinement of knowledge pertinent to the needs of primary stakeholders in affected drylands. Our initial intended audience is practitioners, researchers, and their supporters engaged in the work of sustainable agriculture and ecological rehabilitation in the drylands context. It is our hope that by encouraging diverse entities to collaborate in the growth of this website, the continuing work of individuals and organizations internationally may derive direct benefit from its content.
Adam White, Executive Director
710 Gaskill Street, SE Atlanta, Georgia 30316-1116 USA
telephone/fax at (1) 404-223-3699 Or info(at)drylandscope.org.
Clayton Preston, AIA
Conservation Community Planning & Design
483 Moreland Ave Suite #4 Atlanta, Georgia 30307
FAX 404-525-4201 404-525-4828
: An Alliance of Permaculture Designers and
Teachers who are working to bring Permaculture principles to
the state of Georgia. The Georgia Permaculture website is a
great way to keep up with anything having to do with Permaculture
going on in Georgia, or in the Southeastern US. Our website
To submit events, please email georgiapermaculture [at] gmail.com
Located near Milledgeville, GA, CeGaPI is a 40 acre Permaculture site and private homestead begun in 2005. Bob Burns and Isabel Crabtree, PDC graduates and now designers and teachers, are applying their knowledge to live sustainably and create a permaculture demonstration site. “We hope to rejuvenate and care for this piece of land, live by permaculture principles-creating a “closed loop” (as much as possible) of resources and waste. It is our goal to pass the principles of sustainability, organics and permaculture on to others who wish to learn, here on the farm, in an informal “hands-on” setting, and throughout the state of Georgia and the southeast.
Internships available Spring and Fall. Tours available for larger groups with ample notice.
Contact info: email: cegapi1 [at] gmail.com
Permaculture consulting and workshops. offer design services, have a permaculture demonstration site and an eco-friendly bed & breakfast inn in Dahlonega, Georgia.
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