Resources

All farms and organizations have different resources. Here is a list of other farm resources you may be interested in.

wapfoundThe Weston A Price Foundation is a nonprofit, tax-exempt nutrition education foundation. Click Here

 

 

acresAcres U.S.A. is North America’s oldest, largest magazine covering commercial-scale organic and sustainable farming Click Here

Georgia OrganicsGeorgia Organics is a member-supported, non-profit organization connecting organic food from Georgia farms to Georgia families. We believe food should be community-based, not commodity-based. Click Here

 

agritourismGeorgia Agritourism Association represents agritourism venues in the State of Georgia to advance the farm direct marketing industry Click Here

Green PastureGreen Pasture a family owned business focus is to provide high-quality sacred-food oils just as they were made prior to the industrialized food and farming revolution. Click Here

Tropical TraditionsTropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil is our signature product. Premium Virgin Coconut Oil is handcrafted by family producers in the Philippines. Click Here

farmbGeorgia Farm Bureau Georgia’s largest and strongest voluntary agricultural organization with more than 340,000 member families. It is an independent, non-governmental organization. Click Here

apppaThe American Pastured Poultry Producers’ Association (APPPA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to encouraging the production, processing, and marketing of poultry raised on pasture. Click Here

 

beeBeekeepers Club of Gwinnett County Anyone with an interest in honey bees is welcome. Meetings second Tuesday in Dacula, GA Click Here

rawmilkinstRaw Milk Institute A resource for producers and consumers in the raw milk market Click Here

farmtoschoolFarm to School connects schools (K-12) and local farms with the objectives of serving healthy meals in school cafeterias, improving student nutrition, providing agriculture, health, and nutrition education opportunities, and supporting local and regional farmers. Click Here

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