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In serving our state’s farmers, we would be derelict if we did not highlight our state’s farmer beards. They are spectacular and crucial to the local food movement. (Don’t stare directly into them.) This week’s beard belongs to Michael Shively, a Whole Foods Market store team leader in Atlanta who farms what his wife refers to […]

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In serving our state’s farmers, we would be derelict if we did not highlight our state’s farmer beards. They are spectacular and crucial to the local food movement. (Don’t stare directly into them.) This week’s beard belongs to Ross Williams of Many Fold Farm in Palmetto. Ross, how would you characterize your beard? Full and tall. Grizzly. What […]

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In serving our state’s farmers, we would be derelict if we did not highlight our state’s farmer beards. They are spectacular and crucial to the local food movement. (Don’t stare directly into them.) This week’s beard belongs to Joe Reynolds of Love is Love Farm at Gaia Gardens in near Decatur. Joe, how would you characterize your […]

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In serving our state’s farmers, we would be derelict if we did not highlight our state’s farmer beards. They are spectacular and crucial to the local food movement. (Don’t stare directly into them.) This week’s beard belongs to Duane Marcus of the Funny Farm in Stone Mountain. Duane, how would you characterize your beard? Wild […]

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In serving our state’s farmers, we would be derelict if we did not highlight our state’s farmer beards. They are spectacular and crucial to the local food movement. (Don’t stare directly into them.) This week’s beard belongs to Cashawn Myers, executive director of HABESHA. Cashawn, how would you characterize your beard? It’s a natural extension […]

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In serving our state’s farmers, we would be derelict if we did not highlight our state’s farmer beards. They are spectacular and crucial to the local food movement. (Don’t stare directly into them.) This week’s beard belongs to Chris Clinton, farmer at Crack in the Sidewalk Farmlet. Chris, how would you characterize your beard? Au […]

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In serving our state’s farmers, we would be derelict if we did not highlight our state’s farmer beards. They are spectacular and crucial to the local food movement. (Don’t stare directly into them.) This week’s beard belongs to Bremen James, farmer at Four Mile Farmlet and Learning Garden. Bremen, how would you characterize your beard? Robust. […]

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In serving our state’s farmers, we would be derelict if we did not highlight our state’s farmer beards. They are spectacular and crucial to the local food movement. (Don’t stare directly into them.) This week’s beard belongs to Whitley Abel, farmer at Ups and Downs Farms in Franklin. Whitley, how would you characterize your beard? Free. […]

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In serving our state’s farmers, we would be derelict if we did not highlight our state’s farmer beards. They are spectacular and crucial to the local food movement. (Don’t stare directly into them.) This week’s beard belongs to Jonathan Tescher, farmer at Sparta Imperial Mushrooms. Jonathan, how would you characterize your beard? Lush and delicious. […]

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