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Location: South Appalachia zone 7a
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Hey I wanted to spread the word on my new land I am working to build a food forest with mostly native species. Everything from pawpaws, persimmons, and some rare chestnuts.
Thanks, any help is needed.

We are a team of two, aspiring to use our time and physical labor to build a sustainable, 3-acre food forest in the southern Appalachian Mountains of Georgia. We purchased this land in 2015 with the intention of re-establishing a variety of native fruit and nut species while encouraging the growth of the many wild trees already present in the landscape. We focus on building soil health, strengthening native plant populations and providing habitat for wildlife.

Soon, we will be able to begin propagating native trees and shrubs from our own diverse collection. With your financial help, we will be able buy more seeds and plant more trees, setting us closer to our goal of becoming a source of knowledge, heath and food  to the local community. Dollars will go directly to improving soil health, re-establishing native plants and wildlife, supporting local nurseries and establishing a sustainable permaculture market garden. Thanks for your time!

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Location: North Georgia 7a
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Great to hear, good luck.
I suggest huckleberry pie. But the only thing on the gluten free menu is this tiny ad:
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