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On a cloudy Friday afternoon, students at Wilbanks Middle School in Demorest taste-tested turnips as part of a math project. You read that right—math. The taste test was part of Habersham County’s farm to school program, of course, and part of it included students voting on whether they thought the raw turnips grown by Chuck […]

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One option for fertilizing your garden organically is to use fish emulsion. However, buying it at the store can run you $20-$25 a gallon. Here’s a way to make it yourself, care of Chris Edwards, farm manager at Fresh Roots Farm in Atlanta. You will need: A bucket WITH A LID—any size Brown material, such […]

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Hello, intelligent and attractive Georgia Organics reader! If you’re reading this, you have probably noticed that we have a blog now. We’re excited to use this space to share all the cool things happening around our state—in organic agriculture, in farm to school, in communities uniting in the name of Good Food, and in people […]

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In April at the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis Honored One of the Good Food Community’s Most Active Cross-Pollinators with not one but two “DeKalb Community Hero” awards. Robby Astrove was presented with the Environmental Change Award, which recognizes an individual or organization that works tirelessly to preserve, protect, and raise […]

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