Whether you’re half-acre vegetable operation or a large-scale rancher, we’re here to help!
We’ve got lots of great resources specific to Georgia, but these groups are also doing incredible work and have lots of helpful information for the organic producer.
SARE’s goal is to support farmers, researchers, and educators as they explore practices that improve stewardship, profitability, and the social and economic health of farm communities.
NRCS provides America’s farmers and ranchers with financial and technical assistance to voluntarily put conservation on the ground, which helps the environment and agricultural operations. Farmers, ranchers and forest landowners can receive financial assistance from NRCS to make improvements to their land.
GFM keeps you informed about the business of growing and selling vegetables, fruits, cut flowers, plants, herbs, and other food products. “I cannot recommend Growing For Market as a holistic resource for all of these issues highly enough,” says Joe Reynolds of Love is Love Farm at Gaia Gardens.
For more than sixty years, the Rodale Institute has researched best practices of organic agriculture and shared their findings with farmers and scientists throughout the world.
ATTRA services are available to farmers, ranchers, market gardeners, Extension agents, researchers, educators, farm organizations, and others involved in agriculture, especially those who are economically disadvantaged or belong to traditionally underserved communities.