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On December 13 Georgia Organics, in partnership with the Southeastern African American Farmers Organic Network (SAAFON), hosted a workshop exploring the opportunity for organic peanut production in Georgia. The workshop was held at the Vidalia Onion and Vegetable Research Center in Lyons, Ga. and was made possible by a grant from the USDA Office of […]

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On the brisk morning of Dec. 11, the Georgia Organics Farm to School team led a 101 Farm to School workshop at Morgan County Charter School. Georgia Organics staff members taught Morgan County School System educators new ways to integrate farm to school principles and school gardening into their curriculum lessons. Check out a few […]

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Julia Asherman is a farmer at Rag & Frass Farm and will be speaking during the FSA financing and FarmHacks Saturday Session.   What role do you play in the local, organic food movement? I’m a grower first, so at the most basic and fundamental level I am one of the people producing organic food and flowers […]

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What role do you play in the local, organic food movement? I chair the Carolina Gold Rice Foundation and also the Slow Food Ark of Taste for the South.  My efforts in the past decade have concentrated on the recovery of the most important and flavorful food crops developed in our region.  This entails knowing […]

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Georgia Organics stormed Capitol Hill on Nov. 28 – 29 to stress the vital importance of organic agriculture within the Farm Bill with Georgia’s Congressional representatives. Organic agriculture can revitalize Georgia’s declining rural economies; Georgia should be producing its own organic food and not importing it from California or anyplace else; and growing Georgia’s organic […]

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