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A Different Perspective on Housing in Georgia

By Georgia Conservancy Vice President of Programs and Sustainable Growth Director Katherine Moore, and Georgia Conservancy Urban Design Lead Johanna McCrehan For 23 years, in more than 52 communities, Blueprints for Successful Communities has addressed the topic of housing options across the state of Georgia. The Sustainable Growth Program of the Georgia Conservancy offers this […]

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Why Do Small Towns Matter?

By Katherine Moore, Georgia Conservancy Senior Director of Sustainable Growth When we think about “cities,” the largest ones usually come to mind first. For Georgia, that’s Atlanta, Columbus, Macon, Augusta, and Savannah, located in specific areas of the state based on history, natural resources, and county lines, among other factors. As planning practitioners, it’s easy […]