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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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In what was a huge month for local and organic agriculture, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) made major announcements in December, 2016, regarding federal reimbursement for Organic certification and relaxing marketing restrictions for farmers markets. Just as importantly, the USDA released a monumental report that revealed impressive economic benefits of local agriculture. Starting on […]

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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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This is the first edition of “My Organic Moment,” a series that details the moment in which folks found the Good Food Movement. From health to economic benefits to taste, people connect with Good Food for a variety of reasons. What was your moment? Feel free to share by emailing james@georgiaorganics.org. If you’ve been to […]

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Organic Growing Courses The three organic growing courses offered by Cane Creek Farm build on each other and serve to discover and deepen an understanding of using sustainable, chemical-free growing practices. Students include those wanting to begin a garden at home or enhance their current garden and the aspiring or experienced farmer wanting to learn […]

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Organic Growing Courses The three organic growing courses offered by Cane Creek Farm build on each other and serve to discover and deepen an understanding of using sustainable, chemical-free growing practices. Students include those wanting to begin a garden at home or enhance their current garden and the aspiring or experienced farmer wanting to learn […]

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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 Ira Wallace, worker/owner of the cooperatively managed Southern Exposure Seed Exchange, which offers over […]

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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 Dan Glenn, who manages a farm in which permaculture and organics collide […]

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