Sapelo Island is home to the last intact Gullah Geechee community in the Sea Islands of Georgia. It is comprised of direct descendants of enslaved people who were brought here in 1802. This episode of the Fork in the Road podcast is about the revitalization of an African-American community that has existed in Georgia for more than 200 years.
Join us to hear about an agriculture exchange program connecting students in Georgia and Germany to each other and to the land. Wes Pace and Holly Garcia of Seminole County Schools tell us how this exciting partnership is opening the minds of students globally.
New K-5 standards aim to help students understand the powerful impact of agriculture on Georgia’s prosperity.
In this edition of Right Here we visit AF Farms, a hydroponic greenhouse in the heart of the city.
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