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We're here. About an hour point five south west of Atlanta. On 4 acres, surrounded by thousands more that we don't own but that aren't going anywhere any time soon. Struggling to make the rent and tend the land (either one being pretty tough on its own). Would love to let some folks pull an RV up and stay rent-free or damn near, in exchange for some help around the place. There's more to do than we can or even know how to do, but it sure is a cute little patch of land, very much worth doing right by.

Anyway. We're here.
 
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Be Dert wrote:We're here. About an hour point five south west of Atlanta. On 4 acres, surrounded by thousands more that we don't own but that aren't going anywhere any time soon. Struggling to make the rent and tend the land (either one being pretty tough on its own). Would love to let some folks pull an RV up and stay rent-free or damn near, in exchange for some help around the place. There's more to do than we can or even know how to do, but it sure is a cute little patch of land, very much worth doing right by.

Anyway. We're here.


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Welcome from North Georgia!
 
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HI yall
Im currently living in americas georgia, taking some horticuluter classes, love permiculture, and love georgia but I know no one with an intrest in sustanable practices in my area. I just wanted to chime in on this page to try to keep up with whats gong on the state.
 
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Anyone close to Thomasville? Or at least VERY South Georgia?
 
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Michael Keigans wrote:Anyone close to Thomasville? Or at least VERY South Georgia?



I'm extreme NORTH Georgia, but,hey, I have a couple of Thomasville Citrangequat trees planted in my yard.

 
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Yup, near thomasville for the time being.
 
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Be dert where are you located? Hour and a half south west of atl is pretty broad
 
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Hey y'all

I have recently moved to Georgia and I have time and energy to give to a good cause. I pursue to learn the skills I will need to find a sustainable way of living in my future home. Natural building, permaculture designs are high on the list to learn. So if anyone anywhere out there in GA could use a helping hand I am extremely low maintenance, don't need much to get by, and have a young strong back that would love to work and learn as much as possible. I expect no payment, only to share positive energy that will make this world a better place.

I want to work, but am in a place in my life right now that working for some company will just not do. Back to the days where knowledge was shared through apprenticeship is where I aim my life.

So if you need help I would love to get in contact and talk some possibilities.

Thank you all for your time and energy and I hope this message finds you smiling on this wonderful day!

-Cory
 
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Hey cory welcome. There's a permiculture farm right out side takes (what is it voppa maybe the peermiculture volunteer website) but they take freelance volunteers as well. The owner is a teacher or something. There's also konia (gosh I can't spell) farms outside americas ga. Its a little christian community that is switching to permicutur principles or practises if you prefer. They take interns its a pretty sweet little comunity. if your around the andersonville area give me a hollar we can shoot the shit.
 
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I am late to the game but I am interested in learning if there is anyone in Valdosta that is practicing permaculture. Anyone from Valdosta?
 
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I am originally from the south and it's great to interact with other southern US permies.

I have an eco groovy house for rent in Boone, NC: http://www.boonenchouseforrent.com/

If you're interested in bees you might be interested in this online apitherapy course we produced with Ross Conrad: http://organiclifeguru.com/course/apitherapy-health-and-healing-from-the-hive/

Here's a couple of lessons from the course:

Lesson 1 of 11



Lesson 5 of 11 about the heath benefits of raw honey



Welcome to Permies Madden!
 
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Hi, I'm a native Georgian. Currently, I live in Cobb county, though I'm thinking about relocating to western Washington state next year.

It's good to see that there are at least a few people from Georgia here.
 
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Im not sure this is the best place to post i seems that no one responds or at last i dont get an email notifications for post in the conversation. Im a horticulture student currently in Americus But I am hoping to move to the fort valley area to finish my bachelors. Me and fiancé have been living very simple and compact in a camper going on two years. Its nice, but im tierd of campgrounds and investing time money and effort into soil and plant that will not be taken care of when im gone. I say all that to say that im looking for a temporary location within commuting distance where I can work some ones land, learn and share in the permiculture experience while finishing school. If anyone has room or knows of a farm in that general area please let me know thanks.
 
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Georgia Adobe Building Class

http://www.permies.com/t/36639/southern-usa/Georgia-Adobe-Building-Seminar
 
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I love permicuture, I just bought land in Andersonville, and this is a scattered post. I am dieing to attend a PDC but with permies living in south gerogia I feel i should not have to go out of state to attend a PDC. Is there anyone in this group that has attended a PDC and would feel comfortable teaching one to a small group? If not are there members of this group willing to help organize a PDC where we can pool money together and hire and instructor to come in and teach a PDC some where in South Georgia this summer?
 
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Add another voice to the Georgia choir. I live in East Point, just south of Atlanta. Currently in the process of transforming a long-neglected suburban lawn using permie design principles.

After following the larger, well-known groups around the country, I recently decided to see if I could spark interest in creating a community of like-minded folk in the Atlanta area. To that end, I created a group on Facebook earlier today. If anyone is interested in it, I'd be happy to share a link to the group, but as I am brand new to the forums, I don't want to appear as a spammer.

As for me, I'm a garden and food author and columnist with a passion for anything natural and outdoorsy. Happy to have found the forums and look forward to all of the binge reading that will no doubt be in my future.
 
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whow, last reply 7 month ago
that is quite discouraging
let me try anyways:

the last few years I fought kudzu and kohorts
cleared enough trees to allow a little sunlight on the ground, started a conventional veggie garden
and planted some fruit trees

now I would like to take my self sustainability a little further
the big BUT
I am terrified of chickens, allergic to rabbits, know nothing about bees
and have never killed anything bigger than a field rat stuck in a trap ;/

anyone out here in the Alanta/north GA area willing to take a newby under his/her wing?
am a willing student and we will sure find something I can do for or teach you in return


 
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know nothing about bees



Welcome to permies. Plenty of members here from GA.

For an easy transition to bees, I suggest contacting your County Extension Agent, and asking if he/she knows any (organic) beekeepers in the region. As long as you have a good environment for the bees, the keeper may be willing to put some hives there. The bees provide better pollination for your fruit trees, and he will usually give you some honey.

Learn from him, and no up front expenses involved. It is usually a win/win situation.



 
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HELLO, anybody still out there? All these posts are 4 years old. I live in Fayetteville area - about 20 minutes South of the Atlanta airport. Finished my Permaculture Design course 2 years ago and slowly converting my existing gardens to Permaculture/huglekultur/food-forest garden. Only have 2 aces and most is wooded. Chase the sun for my garden.
 
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Laura Johnson wrote:HELLO, anybody still out there? All these posts are 4 years old. I live in Fayetteville area - about 20 minutes South of the Atlanta airport. Finished my Permaculture Design course 2 years ago and slowly converting my existing gardens to Permaculture/huglekultur/food-forest garden. Only have 2 aces and most is wooded. Chase the sun for my garden.



I can only speak for myself, but I'm still here!

I live about two hours North of Atlanta in Rabun County. Never took a course, I'm wingin' it!
Some things in common: Two acres of 1/2 wooded land, converting to permie/hugle/food-forest

I'm loving this unusually warm winter here in Georgia.


 
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here are more GA permies,
thinking about getting together to share experience, ideas, seed, plants
anybody else want to join?
the more the merrier, the more we can teach each other
Chris, Laura I would love to meet both of you and pick your brains
the classroom approach has ist's advantges as well as the hands-on

as for the warm winter, I fear all the little pests will like it, too
instead of dying off the might even reproduce and hit us hard next spring
don't like the idea, so I pray for a few nice cold nights
 
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I am not alone! Yes, it would be great to meet each other. Maybe, we can arrange to visit each other's places. I assume ,we are all a work in progress and only Permies can appreciate what they will see.
This is what I have been doing in my conversion. I am redesigning my garden to be a garden for me as I age. And trying to apply water catchment, Huglekultur beds, polyculture, benefical insect plants, perennial veggies and herbs. Plus starting a mini food forest, based on "plant a little fruit tree". Nothing is finished.

I am trying to chronical this on a fledging blog. I am not technical so it is very basic. Don't laugh when you see it!
www.steps2permaculture.com
 
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ev kuhn wrote:whow, last reply 7 month ago
that is quite discouraging
let me try anyways:

the last few years I fought kudzu and kohorts
cleared enough trees to allow a little sunlight on the ground, started a conventional veggie garden
and planted some fruit trees

now I would like to take my self sustainability a little further
the big BUT
I am terrified of chickens, allergic to rabbits, know nothing about bees
and have never killed anything bigger than a field rat stuck in a trap ;/

anyone out here in the Alanta/north GA area willing to take a newby under his/her wing?
am a willing student and we will sure find something I can do for or teach you in return




Hello
I am just discovering the more recent past messages.

About chickens and bees.
Unfortunately my chickens became a fox dinner and my bees suffered colony collapse. This Spring I will get new bees and new chickens. Would love to introduce you to some sweet chickens and nice bees.

If you are interested in bees, take a course with one of the bee clubs. Most of them have a mentoring program. And chickens - go on the "coop tour" that is in Atlanta every year. I think Georgia Organics sponsers it. Chickens have all kinds of accomadations. All of mine lived in a little girls play house with a nest box out the back window. It has a doorbell and phone!
 
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Glad to see this thread is finally getting a little traffic I want to make some site tours at some point soon and if anyone is ever around Andersonville you can check out my very very slow progress.
 
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Laura Johnson wrote:
Unfortunately my chickens became a fox dinner and my bees suffered colony collapse. This Spring I will get new bees and new chickens. Would love to introduce you to some sweet chickens and nice bees.

If you are interested in bees, take a course with one of the bee clubs. Most of them have a mentoring program.



Time for my yearly post to this thread.
I am looking to join a swarm list.
I have not seen anything like a swarm here, but am seeking people who collect swarms out.

The idea is simple. During swarm season, the master beekeeper got a call about a swarm and contacted the first person on the list, took that newbie with them, showed them the ropes, and then that no-longer-newbie could eventually show the next person on the list. That next person would teach someone else and so on, right down the list. And there were always more swarms than takers, apparently.
I joined list back in Oregon, but moved away before my turn came.

Has anyone here come across something like this? I only see one other thread touching on the topic, though it is in the southern permies forum.

Collecting a swarm still makes some sense to me, as it means the hive it came from was probably quite healthy and strong.

 
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Glad to know there are lots more people in Georgia than I thought! I'm from Macon, but spend most of my year studying at university in Statesboro. I'm always happy to learn more about permaculture as I hope to have my own place to perm one day. I'd love to talk more or possibly even attend a PDC or meetup with other like-minded folks around me, so I'm really glad for this thread. Cheers to what seems to be starting off as a cool new year for the permie community in GA!
 
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I don't know of a swarm list. You could contact the Georgia Beekeepers to see if there is one. They have a list of all the Bee clubs in the state.I had a tiny swarm right before the colony collapse. Caught it and put it in another hive. Then they disappeared. Left all the honey in the first hive. Odd thing, the wild bees would not touch it!

Colony Collapse is strange. The bees get real stupid. Fly into things, drown in water. My little swam flew 10 feet into a low bush. The theory is the bees get into some GMO pollen , feed it to the young, the young are not quite right and a few generations later, they get stupid. There is a TV program called "Vanishing of the Bees". Watch it.

I am buying 2 Nucs this year of natural bees from a natural bee keeper. No foundation. They are smaller, natural size bees. They do not have problems with some of the mites and other disease that the larger bees have. Man screwing with nature is causing these things! The larger imprint on the foundation is the reason for the larger bees. And no telling what kind of bad stuff is in the wax they coat the fiundation with. Sorry about the rant.
 
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Madden Elout wrote:
I am looking to join a swarm list.
I have not seen anything like a swarm here, but am seeking people who collect swarms out.

The idea is simple. During swarm season, the master beekeeper got a call about a swarm and contacted the first person on the list, took that newbie with them, showed them the ropes, and then that no-longer-newbie could eventually show the next person on the list. That next person would teach someone else and so on, right down the list. And there were always more swarms than takers, apparently.
I joined list back in Oregon, but moved away before my turn came.



come across something like this? NO
and quite frankly it does not make sense to me, unless the people here are only total beginners and honest know-it-alls,
well I am neither, in some aspects I am a total newbie in others I have a lot of hands-on time and for a few things I even followed the paper trail, too
so what am I? swarm or taker?
I think neither, I'd rather get together with more than one person, pick up bits and pieces and hand out bits and pieces,
more a give and take than a sheer flow of knowledge in one direction
but hey, that is only me

plus: so far nobody here has moved more than their fingers
I admit, this time of the year I am hesitant to travel far, I am on 2 wheeles, not even heated grips and old enough to feel the cold,
so sorry until the weather is back in the 50s I'll -have to - stay close to home
but each and all of you are welcome to visit, the cafe maker is always on and the garden always is a mess,
as of this morning the beet seedlings show on the kitchen table, no wait: in the seed tray on the kitchen table


as soon as it warms up I hope to be all over the northern part of the state,
looking to find someone, who has chickens and is willing to introduce me?
find someone who has rabbits and can teach me to kill food, that is moving faster than a tomato?
find someone who has milk goats?
find a hunter to teach me how to field dress?
find some people to trade seed, seedlings, cuttings with?
find someone willing to go forage in the woods?
maybe even someone to teach me bits and pieces of Spanish or some new recipies?

any takers? just shoot me one of those not-so-private messages and we go from there






 
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How do we send private messages? Or do we just share addresses and pick a time and place? It would be fine if any lurker Permies came to our meet.
Seed, plant, and advice would all be a good thing.
Who wants to take charge? How many are interested?
 
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Laura, klick on the name, that will open this person's profile
on the bottom left you'll find the button for 'purple moosage' or 'pm'

as long as I can do it without freezing off my butt or worse fingers, I am in



 
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Laura, do you read your pms?
did I say something that kept you from a reply?
if so I apologize
 
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No, I haven't read my pms. Not very techie. I looked at what I think is pm - did not see one from you.
 
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my bad, had sent it ti steps2p
now you have it as pm, as well
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Augusta, here!
 
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Hello Georgia Permies.com. Just wanted to say, I live in Cumming GA, but am building a home and homestead in Dawson County about 30 minutes north of Atlanta. I am using permaculture techniques and look forward to having classes on the property. The land is hilly and 7.4 acres. I hope to dam up a ravine in the center and make a 1/3 pond. I have already planted apple, peach, fig trees, blue berries bushes, black berry and strawberry plants. I hope to have a food forest on the property as well. I am also working on hugelkulter areas to help with the drought issues. Lots of potential. I just wanted to make contact with you guys. I am deployed overseas at the moment, but upon my return would love to start have classes or training on the property. Feel free to contact me and see what we can work out for the spring. Regards, Richard
 
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I'm near Valdosta, GA looking to get started on a long term project in the very near future.  I would be interested in regional PDCs, site visits, workshops, volunteering, you name it!  Thanks!
 
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Hi all. I'm just outside Athens. Moved away from Atlanta a couple of months ago (thank goodness...). Have my first ever winter garden going, and it's doing alright considering I didn't prep it very much. Also started a compost bin, but I can't tell how that is going quite yet.

We have two acres, and half is wooded. Been working on clearing junk from the woods. The former owners just dumped stuff back there.

I'm still a newbie when it comes to permaculture, and I'd love to get more experience.
 
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Hi Georgia permies ! I am becoming more active on here this year and I am in North Georgia (almost in Tennessee), epworth, ga.
My partner and I are into *year 3* of applying permaculture methods to our 4 acres with lots of native fruit trees, such as hazelnuts, paw paw paws, sea berry, persimmon, wild plum, etc. and lots of perennial herbs and tubers of Sunchokes 🌱🌱🌱🌱
We recently planted an order of 200 black locust (nitrogen fixer) and persimmons from Native Forest Nursery - out of Chattsworth, Ga.
also over 10 lbs of Sunchokes.

I am happy to find myself back on the forum and would be excited to meet anyone in this region and learn more!



 
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I just realized I have never posted in here…trying to become more active and less of a lurker! I have learned so much here and plan on learning a lot more!

I am in Acworth, GA on almost an acre in a residential neighborhood. And, I have recently started working the neighbors acre!  

I have had a garden and plants pretty much all my adult life…over three years ago I saw Joel Salatin on a TV show…and that is how I found permaculture! And, I have been hooked ever since. I probably spent the first year studying, watching videos (Geoff Lawton, Bill Mollison, Sepp Holzer, Paul Wheaton, etc.) and observing (we had taken down the last of our pine trees and I had a new sun pattern)…the second year I really started building my soil…my poor hubby…he came home one day to no grass in our front yard…I had smothered it in mulch! That was our first “seek forgiveness” instance…there have been several since! Now…he has bought me a nice spreader for the tractor and insists on doing most of my mulch spreading! That was a great success!

I installed two hugel beds by the road with that pine…my first experiment! One I planted in asparagus (they are about 4’X6’) and the other in a mix of old veggie and flower annuals. I was amazed! My asparagus has gone crazy and all of it has been so tasty! My first shift from decorative and smelly plants to edibles! Now…in the front yard I have green and red apple, plum, pomegranate, cherry, almond, blueberry, raspberry, fig…no harvesting yet…everything has been in the ground for less than a year and some of it is still sitting in pots waiting to be put in the ground! I am so thrilled!

Critters…I have rabbits, ducks and chickens. The rabbits are pretty mobile and can “float” all over the yard…their poop has been instrumental in building my soil. The chickens were added last year and they changed my composting methods! The eggs are such a blessing!

I am learning so much! Zones, stacking functions…I am beginning to interact “differently” with my world! Phasing out the grocery store and processed foods! We have occupied this property for over 30 years…we live in a double wide close enough to walk to the lake…we have been pretty blessed! Now, I want to retrofit this double wide to be as off-grid as feasible! (The new tin roof is installed and just waiting on solar panels and gutters!) I want to grow most if not all of our food. I have big plans and big dreams and am an old woman who knows how to get what she wants!

I am always interested in meeting/working with “like-minded” people! I can do occasional short day trips…with 50+mouths on the property that need tending, I stay pretty busy but I am always open to visitors! I am looking forward to meeting everyone and to hopefully cultivate some great friendships, relationships and maybe even some partnerships here! I would love to have some cows, pigs and chickens on free range…my little acre says they will never fit! Maybe a goat some day…but I push my luck with chickens and a rooster as it is!

Looking forward to meeting and I hope everyone has a wonderful day!
 
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Hi all - We are hosting a meetup via the North Georgia Permaculture Network on our property on May 27th. The is that we could use some help re-covering our greenhouse, which lost the plastic due to storms. It's a large greenhouse at about 35 x 115, so we could use the extra hands!

Food and drinks will be provided to all participants, and a presentation on season extension will be included in the workshop.

Please feel free to reach out if you would like to attend. It would be great to meet all of the N. Georgia permies in person!
 
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