Posts Tagged ‘Living Green’

For those of you wondering when the sheep in Decatur Cemetery will arrive, good news: the sheep are here! They should be at the cemetery for the next 7 – 10 days, depending on how quickly they eat. (The rule of thumb is 100 sheep can clear one acre in one week.) The community is welcome to come see the sheep and their guardian dogs anytime the Cemetery is open.

Sheep leap 9.24.2013

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Additional information about using sheep to control invasive plant species can be found at the Trees Atlanta and Ewe-niversally Green websites.

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The 2008 Decatur Holiday Candlelight Tour of Homes tickets are on sale! Stop by either The Seventeen Steps, Intown Ace Hardware on Ponce de Leon, Bicycle South or The Seen Gallery to get your tickets. This year’s “Living Green” Tour features eight homes and four points of interest. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. They will be available at each of the eight homes during the Tour.

The Tour is a fundraiser that benefits the Decatur Preservation Alliance and the Decatur Youth Fund. For more information on the featured homes and a map visit www.decaturtourofhomes.com. Park your car once and ride the Cliff Bus for free. Parking is available at Renfroe Middle School, Decatur First Baptist Church parking deck and Glennwood Academy.

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