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They say the best things in life are free, and no one takes that more to heart than Robby Astrove, Atlanta’s very own urban fruit forager. A leading member of Concrete Jungle, and all-around-edible tree, bush, and vine enthusiast, Robby knows where all the delicious spots are around Atlanta and when the fruits are ready […]

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Need a good soundtrack to your afternoon? Food Tank has a great list of food system-related TED talks, with topics ranging from Mark Bittman talking about how individual food choices can affect collective health to food waste to Joel Salatin on soil. Got a food or ag-related TED Talk you love? Tell us about it […]

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The cover story of the Spring issue of the Dirt is now online, so if what we do and don’t know about pesticide use in Georgia interests you, here’s a one-stop shop.  As one of the largest vegetable producing states in the country, Georgia has tremendous potential to advance the important work of making our […]

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Note: Jennifer Owens, our former Advocacy Director, has some words of wisdom about Good Food’s next steps.  I learned a lot in my time at Georgia Organics, the most important of which was a reminder of an African proverb – “If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go […]

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The Farm Bill is a lot like a zombie—just when you think it’s dead, it jumps up and lunges at you. Now it’s lurching through Congress, where the Senate may vote on it as early as this week. Maybe the Farm Bill is more like Darth Vader: scary, intimidating, evil on the outside but with […]

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