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The Sacred Place "will provide an enclosed space to enjoy all of the natural elements of the outdoors,” Finlayson says. “It [will] provide beauty for the senses; sounds from the wind chimes, fragrance of the seasonal plants and flowers, views of the changing landscape that incorporate all four seasons, and the texture of the various landscape elements.”
It’s not every day that you mail someone a 208-page book, they read it, and then they call you up to say, “I’m in.” But this is exactly what happened with Fred Smith, Director, Stringfellow Health Fund Grants at the Community Foundation of Northeast Alabama. A copy of our book, Open Spaces, Sacred Places, first...View