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Appalachian Teaching Project

Center of Appalachian Studies & Services

University of North Georgia

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Cultivating Community: Helping Rural Libraries Develop Seed and Story Depositories

Working with the Chestatee Regional Library System (which covers both Dawson and Lumpkin Counties) 2015 ATP students will develop a mechanism to distribute heirlooms seeds and their enthnocultural memories. Students and volunteers will build two portable prototypes of seed dispensing machines, will create packaging for the seeds, develop a marketing campaign, and create a reader's theater from transcriptions and conversations with seed keepers. The project will culminate in October with a public launch at two locations of the Chestatee Regional Library.

2015 ATP Proposal

University of North Georgia Live Presentation in Washington, D.C.

2015 ATP Final Report       Final Report Attachments

 

Contact Information:

Dr. Rosann Kent
Director, Appalachian Studies Center
University of North Georgia
201 Vickery House
82 College Circle
Dahlonega, GA 30570
Telephone:  (706) 864-1540

E-Mail:  rkent@ung.edu

 

Previous Conference Participation:
2014    2013    2012    2010   2009

 

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