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Gradual Start in south Georgia

 
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Location: Georgia & Massachusetts
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Greetings from Georgia & Massachusetts,
I'm a new permie and have finally reached the point where I'm ready really start studying and applying permaculture.  I'm currently living in MA but my family and farm are located in south GA.  Right now the farm is a weekend family project with the hope of it becoming a permanent homestead and community resource within a few years.  I posted my first question a couple days ago and am anxiously awaiting input.
https://permies.com/t/59582/Fallow-Field-Soil-Improvement
I recently read "Sustainable Gardening for the Southeast" and am just starting on Permaculture: A Designers' Manual.  I've also been enjoying the wealth of information available in these forums.

-Brett
 
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