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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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Meet Asa Ysrael, owner and operator of Local Lands Organically Grown Garden in Dublin, Ga. What made you decide to become a member of Georgia Organics? The overabundance of useful information, as well as the staff and my history with them.  You have serious people on your team and that is a rare commodity in […]

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ATLANTA –  Mayor Kasim Reed announced today that Mario Cambardella has been named Urban Agriculture Director and will join the administration on December 3, 2015. His appointment, a first for the City of Atlanta, will support Atlanta’s efforts to become a top tier city in the U.S. for sustainability. In his role, Mr. Cambardella will […]

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By Nancy Adamson Pollinator Conservation Specialist Xerxes Society & NRCS Native bees, wasps, flies, beetles, and many other insects keep Georgia’s forests, fields, and watersheds alive and healthy. Native bees are vital for pollination of most Georgia fruit and vegetable crops, including two of the state’s most valuable fruit, blueberries and watermelons, but also for […]

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