Sustainable Agriculture-Georgia Style

We like the landscaping projects we have worked on to last. We want to enjoy the results. We hope the project solves growing issues we tried to address. We’d like our garden to be sustainable and the environment surrounding the garden to be sustainable.

University of South Dakota has a multi-discipline course of study just devoted to sustainability of the environment and the culture that holds it dear.

Mary Ann King writes about sustainability in growing food crops. She illustrates it with a place that captured her heart, a place where her daughter was married.

Serenbe is a community outside of Atlanta that illustrates her point. Thanks to her daughter Emily Michaels King for her photographs of Serenbe.

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Here’s the link to Mary Ann King’s article on sustainable agriculture:

http://www.yankton.net/river_city/article_684f0286-3f34-11e6-8bda-83e4dee816d5.html

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