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Georgias Entrepreneur Friendly program has resulted in 50 counties, including Cherokee County, earning the status of an Entrepreneur Friendly community.

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It's tough giving up a summer of spending leisurely evenings on the patio, winding down under the stars. Fire pits are a great way to extend the outdoor use of your yard or patio, as well as creating a laid back, relaxing atmosphere. They can be as extravagant as a bulky, stone wood burner or as delicate as a ceramic fire pot for your patio table.

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With fall slipping by and winter on its way, you may find yourself reminiscing about the golden days of summer. Why not put that inspiration to use? Now is the time to plan your outdoor makeover next summer your backyard could be your second living room.

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Create a Green Baby Nursery

By Rob Muller | Published 11/30/2007 | Real Estate |

In our attempt to revert back to a Green lifestyle, it's only fitting to use Green principles when designing a baby's room. After all, a newborn will spend an average of 17 hours a day in their nursery, and it should be an environment filtered from toxins.

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Energy efficient homes that go easy on the environment are turning heads in Georgia with their low-maintenance appeal, cost efficiency and natural good looks. With Georgia Tech's recent success in the 2007 Solar Decathlon and world-class community projects like Atlantic Station, Metro Atlanta is well on its way to being a model of eco-building in the Southeast.

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With successful green building programs like EarthCraft House, Metro Atlanta is slowly defining what it means to be green in the Southeast US. The city now has over 5,500 EarthCraft certified homes and condos and six EarthCraft communities. The standards have proven to be so successful at producing homes that Georgians want to live in that they've been adopted in Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.

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Sure you can ride your mountain bike just about anywhere but there's nothing like riding miles of winding hand-built single track (just wide enough for one) through the forests of North Georgia. But where? Unfortunately, mountain bikes have been unceremoniously kicked out of public parks all over the Southeast for their tendancy to erode paths built for hikers and even collide with the hikers themselves. The solution? Well if you live in Woodstock Georgia, you wrangle your own park and build your own trail.

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