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When we think of soil conservation (a topic I know is near and dear to all LGM readers!) we think of the Dust Bowl as the central event. And in many ways that’s true, but it has deeper roots, which is fantastic erosion created in the Southern cotton regions. Above is Providence Canyon, Georgia. This […]

Colors

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On October 14, 2015

I’m sure when Georgia wrote it’s anti-gang law, no one thought it would be used against the good people of the Peach State. Even gangs of white supremacists carrying the Confederate flag.

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The Atlanta Stadium Mess

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On September 22, 2015
From the moment the Atlanta Braves announced they were moving from their downtown stadium that is all of 20 years old to the Cobb County suburbs, I was disgusted. Choosing to base your future on the model of the Texas Rangers as opposed to the many teams that have built in the city where public […]

Heritage and Hate

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On July 7, 2015

The good people of Haralson County, Georgia defend their widespread use of the American swastika with the same tired arguments about heritage. And of course: Just across the county line, the Georgia P

Burn Baby Burn

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On November 15, 2014

150 years ago today, troops under the command of William Tecumseh Sherman undertook the major portion of the burning of Atlanta. The real story around this event is quite complicated, but it was Novem

Grumble Grumble

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On October 5, 2013

I understand that Michelle Nunn faces an uphill battle to win the Georgia Senate seat. But I’m absolutely not convinced that parroting right-wing lines about the national debt and the need to cu

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