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Fred Tanner
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Eco- friendly bed & breakfast inn owner/innkeeper, permaculturist & environmentalist.
Eco- friendly bed & breakfast inn owner/innkeeper, permaculturist & environmentalist.

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Attention North Georgians who are interested in permaculture. #permaculture   #northgeorgia  
A new North Georgia permaculture meet-up networking group is having their first meeting on 3/28 in Dawsonville. #permaculture   #meetup  
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North Georgia Innkeepers w/Permaculture Mindset!
How does this affect your choice of lodging?

This will be a fun SCMW Show on +AWorld4Change TV! As you know, I'm already a strong supporter of Permaculture (see here: http://aw4c.com/PermacultureSeries), and am looking forward to speaking with +Fred Tanner and +Mary Beth Tanner of +Cedar House Inn & Yurts this Wednesday about how they're using Permaculture and applying it to their Inn & Life.

RSVP via G+ Here: http://goo.gl/FfDY20
Pin it for later: http://goo.gl/lF1AQM
Watch on Website: http://goo.gl/0pZKdT
Watch on Mobile: http://goo.gl/SLm3P9

Have you ever stayed at an "Eco-Friendly" Inn/Hotel/B&B Before? If so, what was your experience like?

#EcoFriendlyInn   #NorthGeorgiaInn   #Permaculture   #PermacultureInn  
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Wish other States would follow this. #solar_power  
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We have an 1984 VW camper van and love it. This guy really loves his. #vw   #campervan  
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We have planted a lot of comfrey on our permaculture swales to act as a nurse plant to the surrounding fruit and berry plants. Interesting information in this article about the soil benefits to planting comfrey which we knew but have never seen it quantified. #comfrey   #soiltesting   #soilwork  
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Five reasons why soil is key to the planet's sustainable future. #soil  
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Food Not Lawns is a great organization that helps educate people in the importance of growing edible food instead of having the typical American mono-cultured lawns. Heather Jo Flores started the organization in Oregon and has written a great book of the same title. They have begun a kickstarter campaign to take the program internationally. Check out the video below. #foodnotlawns   #permaculture   #gardening  
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Making your own biogas to use at home for cooking and other uses. Now you can purchase a complete system that does it. #biogas  
Biogas at Home
Biogas at Home
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On our property we have always put a lot of energy into making the soil the most important part of gardening. We have taken leaves from the woods with the white fungi evident and add it to the sheet mulched garden beds where we grow vegetables. You can also by fungi tabs through Paul Stament's company, Fungi Perfecti which work as well.
#soil   #fungi  
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