Alison Ashley Formento writes environmentally themed picture books for young children and fantastic novels for young adults. And Allison Adams recently helped her through a website redevelopment. We Al(l)isons have to look out for each other!


Allison created the electronic newsletter for Stonewall Creek Vineyards.

Check out the May 2013 issue of On the Vine

This little business up in the Northeast Georgia mountains, in Rabun County, is doing farm-to-table right. And there’s a wine tasting room for Stonewall Creek Vineyards right next door! Allison is proud to have created both of their websites.

Bridge Creek Market & Deli

Stonewall Creek Vineyards

Allison is very proud to have helped this small winery in her hometown of Rabun County, Georgia, develop its website. Check it out, and visit the winery and tasting room in Tiger when they open in the spring. A beautiful spot and excellent wines!


Allison recently developed a website for her favorite yoga instructor in the whole wide world, Kquvien DeWeese. Kquvien teaches in the Iyengar tradition of yoga instruction.

Read about Kquvien and Iyengar Yoga here.

Allison wrote a first-person essay for the Spring 2012 issue of Emory Magazine on reconsidering the flow of goods, commodities, and funds in the  cost of living equation. 

Read it here.

Allison recently redeveloped the website of the Western North Carolina Alliance, an Asheville-based organization that has been marshaling grassroots support to keep forests health, waters clean, and communities vibrant for nearly 30 years.


Allison’s profile of world traveler and polyglot Sarah Ford appears in the fall 2011 issue of Agnes Scott’s alumnae magazine.

Read the article here.

In her second work for Southern Spaces, an interdisciplinary journal about regions, places, and cultures of the U.S. South and their global connections, Allison examines uses, perceptions, and natural and cultural history of pokeweed, both as plant and as a dish.

Read it here.

The website of the  multimedia publishing project, Est Et Non Books, now features audio versions of the poetry of David Schenck.

Listen to the readings here.

For more than twenty years, Allison Adams has cultivated a rich and diverse crop of skills and experience as a writer, editor, and multimedia developer. She is widely respected for her work specializing in environmental and sustainability issues and in scholarly and academic matters.

Allison helps businesses, organizations, and individuals craft and convey their stories and messages persuasively.

Please read on to learn more about how Allison can help you grow your garden of good ideas.
142 Poplar Circle
Decatur GA


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