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As we get ready for the 9th Annual Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival, benefiting Georgia Organics, on Sunday, July 16, we wanted to highlight some of the farmers who make the delicious meals possible with their hard work in the fields. In this edition, we spoke with Farmer Jamila Norman Truly Living Well in Atlanta, […]

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By: Chelsea Losh-Jones, Babe + Sage Farm This blog post was made possible through a grant provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture.   The Food Safety Modernization Act of 2011 (FSMA) regulates the way foods are grown, harvested and processed. FSMA requires the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) […]

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Over 1,000 attendees joined Georgia Organics to celebrate 20 years of incredible growth in the good food movement and honor three of the foremost leaders at the 20th Anniversary Georgia Organics Conference, Rashid Nuri, and Tony and Linda Scharko. The occasion also shone the spotlight on recent graduates of the Journeyman Farmer Certificate Program and […]

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The 19th Annual Georgia Organics Conference is nearly upon us! In anticipation of the featured In Depth Workshops and Educational Sessions, we reached out to presenters for some additional information about their topic. In this edition of Behind The Conference, we spoke with Tamie Cook, who teaches Mindful Eating, a course which aims to provide conversation space, […]

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This year we will be touring farms in Columbus and Harris County. Each day’s ride will be 50-55 miles. *Please note this will be a challenging ride with hilly terrain. Recommended for intermediate and above experienced riders. REGISTER NOW Tentative Schedule Friday, October 30 4 p.m. – Registration and Check-in at Woodruff Park (1000 Bay […]

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THIS WORKSHOP IS SOLD OUT Join Georgia Organics and USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service for a full-day workshop at Lola’s Organic Farm, a certified organic operation in rural Wheeler County specializing in onions, strawberries, and winter squash. The farm workshop will cover high tunnel construction and use, NRCS EQIP programs, cover cropping and soil health, […]

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