Visualizing Georgia’s CSAs

Georgia Organics created a list of 2011 Georgia CSAs by drop off location in PDF format. To make things even easier, I created this tool to display the CSA drop offs in a map format. View the...

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Edible Landscaping Website

The Client: Sustenance Design Project Description: Lindsey Mann, owner of Sustenance Design, wanted to refresh her website and logo a little bit. Overall, she wanted a site that was easier to update, had a blog, links to her social media channels, a projects portfolio, and was a little more modern than the old site. Like most small business owners she also did not have a fortune to spend. We were able to meet all her needs and keep the project in budget by building her a new WordPress site based off the This is Bold theme by Elegant...

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Folksy Brews

As part of my journey toward all things local I decided to create an avenue for my fondness of fermentation. Folksy Brews is the name I came up with as many recipes are inspired by the simple processes and ingredients used before the advent of modern brewing equipment. Technically, Folksy Brews is part of Rationally Creative, think of it like Rationally Creative being the company and Folksy Brews being the division that handles fermentation. The brews themselves are herbal beers, mead, cider, and country wines resulting from the inventive exploration of historical brewing methods,...

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Crop Mob Atlanta

The Client: Crop Mob Atlanta Project Description: Rationally Creative has partnered with Crop Mob Atlanta to create their website, design flyers and shirts, manage the online community, and promote events. Crop Mob Atlanta is currently just a group of like-minded people working together to help local organic farmers. They are not an organization (non-profit or otherwise) and the work is done pro bono. Website: http://www.cropmobatl.com/ Website Flyer Shirt Mob Boss (Helping to Organize the...

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Event Social Media Hub

The Client: Georgia Organics Project Description: The #GOconf Social Media Hub site acts as one place for people to go to participate in the online conversation about the Georgia Organics Conference. Instead of the tweets, facebook updates, flickr photos, and YouTube videos residing only on their respective sites (many people won’t know about them all) they will also be pulled into one site for all to view. In my experience, this type of site fosters increased participation by those that attend the event and allow not only attendees but also those following online to get more out of the...

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School Gardening Guide

Farmer D Organics has teamed up with Rationally Creative and Pattie Baker (Eco Writer) to produce a guide that helps you understand the role that School Gardens play and how to get one at your school. Here is a quick list of what is contained in the guide: School Gardens Don’t Set a New Standard – They Support the Standards You’ve Already Set PTA’s National Standards for Family-School Partnerships Funding Ideas How Farmer D Sets the Standards in School Gardens Your School Garden: Easy as 1-2-3 More School Garden Information You can download the guide here. Feel free to share the...

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