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Hi all,

I am in Decatur, trying to tame a small plot with a combination of woods near the drainage ditch in the back, some exotic landscaping from a prior owner, and more creeping vines than I've been able to identify. I'd be very interested in meeting up with you local folks to swap tips and tricks, if y'all are still available.


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Hi, ya’ll. I’m in northwest Fayette County, about 7 miles south of Fairburn.  My church is interested in converting some of our lawn into a food forest.  

I have some background with organic gardening, but permaculture is a BIG step forward.  I am really interested in learning from anyone savvy about food forests in our hot, humid climate.  

Suggestions?
 
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