SOGALO 2014

Mark Your Calendars!

Register now for South Georgia Growing Local 2016, Lowndes County, 6 February 2016!


Already happened:

South Georgia Growing Local, Lowndes County 24 Jan 2015.

Southeast Georgia Growing Local, Tatnall Co. 8 Nov 2014.


Registration
January 24, 2014
$50.00 Friday Farm Tours
Sold Out!
$5.00 Friday Dinner and a Movie
Cancelled.
January 25, 2014
$40.00 Saturday Talks
Still Available!
Orprint and mail the PDF form.
Lodging
Directions

South Georgia Growing Local 2014 was a local food conference for growers, consumers, homesteaders in South Georgia.

PDF: Registration form, and Flyer

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  3. Pingback: South Georgia Growing Local 2014: Local food, economy, and community | On the LAKE front

  4. Pingback: Florida Goats at South Georgia Growing Local 2014 | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  5. Pingback: South Georgia Growing Local 2014 – Registration Open! | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  6. Pingback: Early registration extended to January 15th! –South Georgia Growing Local 214 | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  7. Pingback: Online payment for South Georgia Growing Local 2014 | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  8. Pingback: Yes, we can grow citrus in Georgia! –Marj Schneider | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  9. Pingback: Proof Is in the Certification –Connie Hayes | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  10. Pingback: For the Love of Herbs –O’Toole’s Herb Farm | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  11. Pingback: The five P’s of Grafting –Annie Barbas | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  12. Pingback: Growing up Growing –Maria Arambula | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  13. Pingback: Bringing Nature Home –Beth Wiggins Grant | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  14. Pingback: Honeybee Roulette: Gambling with our Future –Heather Davis | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  15. Pingback: Gretchen on the radio about South Georgia Growing Local 2014 | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  16. Pingback: 2014 General Assembly and Rural GA –Neill Herring | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  17. Pingback: Water Conservation –Marilyn Dye | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  18. Pingback: Location, Location, Location –Christine Hagen from the Hagen Homestead | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  19. Pingback: Raisin’ Cane on Friday Farm Tour and in Growing Produce Magazine | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  20. Pingback: Growing Backyard Chickens –Claudia Dunkley | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

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  22. Pingback: Door Yard Citrus at Loch Laurel Nursery | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  23. Pingback: Multi-generational Growing –Gene Godfrey | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  24. Pingback: First olives harvested east of the Mississippi since the 1800′s –Georgia Olive Farms | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  25. Pingback: Katahdin sheep –Hound River Farm | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  26. Pingback: From Fabulous Natural Fibers to Flamboyant Fabric: the craft and art of hand spinning and weaving –Amy Brown | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  27. Pingback: Growers Tell All –Diane Howard | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  28. Pingback: Permaculture –Ben and Jennifer Vieth | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  29. Pingback: Seed Saving –Janisse Ray | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  30. Pingback: House of Hope: Gardening for Recovery –Sharon Wagner | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  31. Pingback: Farm Tours Sold Out! Remember to register for Saturday Talks @ SOGALO14 | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  32. Pingback: USDA & Rural Revitalization –Bryan J. Zulko | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  33. Pingback: Grow Your Own Organic Small Fruits –Jerry Larson | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  34. Pingback: Curing Ham –Derrick Dawson | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

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  36. Pingback: Using Solar –John S. Quarterman | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  37. Pingback: 4-H bus for Farm Tours | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  38. Pingback: Citrus Resources –Marj Schneider | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  39. Pingback: Gretchen Quarterman on Chris Beckham radio show 2014-04-29 | On the LAKE front

  40. Pingback: Video: Gretchen on Chris Beckham radio show, April 29th | Gretchen for Lowndes

  41. Pingback: Volunteers wanted for January 2015 South Georgia Growing Local Conference | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

  42. Pingback: Two Growing Local Conferences: Tatnall Co. 8 Nov 2014 & Lowndes Co. 24 Jan 2015 | Canopy Roads of South Georgia

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