Agriculture is the number one industry in Georgia, contributing about $76 billion each year to the state's economy. It's critical to our state as a whole, but especially to Georgia’s rural..
Food is medicine. Many of us are familiar with that phrase.
White Oak Pastures is a leader in environmentally-responsible agriculture in Georgia. 20 years ago, farmer Will Harris began to shift from conventional beef production to a regenerative grazing..
When we let food scraps, yard trimmings, and other organic materials decompose in landfills, methane, a potent greenhouse gas, is released. When we compost these materials instead, the organic..
As we usher in a new movement to accelerate climate solutions in Georgia, we’ve got lots of ways to learn and engage:
Our friends at the Georgia Climate Project documented the story of this 8th generation, award-winning blueberry farmer in Waynesboro, Georgia, who is thinking about how to adapt his crops to..
Whenever I am asked if I have any dietary restrictions, say at a wedding reception or a nice restaurant, I always say that I’m a vegetarian. In truth, that’s not quite correct. I say it because..