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Georgia State Parks

Georgia's Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites, a division of the Department of Natural Resources, protects more than 84,000 acres of natural beauty at sixty-three parks and historic sites in the

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Blueberries and Strawberries

The Georgia blueberry and strawberry industries are dynamic enterprises of relatively recent development.

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Americus Movement

Following the Albany Movement of 1961-62, civil rights activism in Geo

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Xeriscape Gardening

Xeriscape (pronounced "zera-scape"), a term coined in Colorado in 1981, is loosely defined as a water-conserving method of landscaping in dry climates.

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