For Farm to School Month, introduce students to growing and eating their own food with these free resources from Georgia Organics.
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While Georgia’s economy is based on a number of diverse categories – trade, manufacturing, tourism, etc. – no one will dispute Georgia’s agriculture as both a historical and modern mainstay. Georgia grows and exports incredible amounts of cotton, soy, pea
They say your strongest memories come from your sense of smell. One of my most memorable smells came from my school cafeteria.
As a child growing up in the very rural, southeastern corner of Georgia, before the dawn of the interweb, we had no choice but to shop local.