Rabbit Holes no 8: Stories from the edges of regenerative agriculture

Updated: Mar 5

Over the next few weeks, we're going to be unveiling more and more of our plan for reimagining both public and private spaces in Dekalb County, GA, with special attention paid to how we can get the public at large to be involved in the planning, implementation, and maintenance of these new spaces. Our goal is to provide every Dekalb resident fresh food and beautiful landscapes within a 5 minute walk of their home. And we want to achieve this in 3-5 years. That may seem like a long time, but there's no time to waste. Stay tuned to future Rabbit Holes for updates on how you can get involved in this ambitious project, or better yet, sign up for our weekly newsletter to stay in the loop for everything Roots Down!

Let's get to the links!

* Trees Atlanta virtual event: Neighborhood Ecosystems

* "Seeking to accelerate land conservation along the Appalachian Mountains to counter climate change and its impacts, the Open Space Institute (OSI) Feb. 22 announced the launch of its $18 million Appalachian Landscapes Protection Fund (ALPF), which will focus, in part, on protecting key sections of Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia." $5.25 million fund to accelerate land conservation in Greater Chattanooga region to fight climate change.

* Midtown Connector would cap 10 blocks of interstate with park, reconnect streets.