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Evaluating your farm to school program is important! Periodic assessment helps you figure out how the program can improve (overall, and in specific areas), lets you demonstrate the program’s success to all stakeholders, and can provide valuable information for communicating the impact of your program to funders. Colorado Farm to School has developed a toolkit […]

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When I first heard of feminist geography, I wasn’t exactly sure what it was. I had even less idea what it had to do with agriculture. Luckily, Amy Trauger, an expert in the field, has some great explanations and experiences to share. Could you briefly define feminist geography? Feminist geography is a sub discipline of […]

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Now you can fuel your online shopping addiction and support Georgia Organics at the same time! Amazon Smile allows you to automatically donate .5% of the price of your purchase to the organization of your choice- you just have to go to smile.amazon.com when browsing on Amazon. How do I select Georgia Organics when shopping on […]

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By Brittany Aiello, Skylight Farm People arrive at the value of local and organic for many reasons, with countless motivations. Some, like myself, realize the health benefits of consuming things that are grown and raised naturally. Others, like my husband, Justin Aiello of Skylight Farm, want their work to be good, something that cares for […]

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As told by Robin Chanin of the Global Growers Network. “Bamboo Creek Farm is aptly named for its characteristic geographic features, namely a large forest bamboo and a polluted creek!! Oh yeah, it’s a farm too. I challenge you to find something more creative out there! The name Bamboo Creek Farm was the first thing […]

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