Native Americans are returning to raising buffalo and plants that tribes have grown for millennia. It's a way to reconnect with historic traditions, and to bring healthy eating to their communities.
In late fall each year for the past half-century, beneath 100-yard-long, metal-roofed sheds at the Macon State Farmers Market, a propped-up forest of fresh-cut Christmas trees has burgeoned and gradually, by mid-December, vanished before Greg Slaughter’s eyes.
The new map is the first update since 2012.
Georgia experienced 107 billion-dollar disasters between 1980-2022, the highest amount of any state in the Southeast, according to a prominent group of experts and scientists.
Georgia’s peanut harvest is later than usual. Farmers say it’s all due to the weather over the past several months
Damage from white-tailed deer can cause millions of dollars worth of damage to the state’s most profitable crops.
Eradication of the invasive species will take at least three years, officials said.
What began as a movement of farmers opposed to environmental rules is now one of the country's dominant political parties. The nation's agricultural exports are second only to the United States.
A farm in Montrose, Colo., is showing off its harvest, letting the public take home their own CBD plant. It's like picking your own Christmas tree, with therapeutic side effects.
The nonprofit group One Acre Fund wants smallholder farms to grow more, earn more and feed more people. The organization just won a $2.5 million award from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.
The Smiths chose to return home to this land because of how his father used it as an engine for educating Mark and his siblings and launching them into the wider world.
Officials remain on the lookout for more nests belonging to the invasive species, which preys on pollinators.
U.S. farms have faced worker shortages for years. Now compounding the problem: The children of farmworkers are leaving the fields, forcing farm owners to look to other countries for labor.
One of the two medical cannabis manufacturing companies awarded licenses to operate in Georgia thus far opened its first dispensary Wednesday during a dedication ceremony in Pooler.
The spelling — in hand-painted, ripe-tomato-red letters — is shakier than the ramshackle plywood fruit stand they advertise: “P-E-C-H-E-S.”