Food Well Alliance is hosting a convening with USDA to help growers navigate resources and opportunities that are available to them in metro Atlanta, as well as offer insights to help farmers connect to local and national USDA services.
Georgia Organics will take you on a food journey from the soil to your plate. Participants will learn essential food preparation techniques while discovering healthy meal planning and increasing vegetable consumption.
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Graduates from the Georgia Institute of Technology who respectively serve in the National Guard and Navy Reserve, brothers Reggie and Roger Ramos started Grow with the Flow, LLC in 2014 to provide local and naturally grown produce for residents of Tucker, GA.
Haylene Green is a nurse by passion, printer by trade, and a farmer by DNA.
When Rosario Hernandez first moved to the Westside, it was really hard to find good quality produce. One day, she looked at her big backyard and said to herself, “Let me just grow some stuff of my own.”
Over the past few weeks, we’ve traveled nearly 500 miles visiting the sites of our 2017 and 2018 grant recipients. What a privilege to see the things they’ve accomplished - and to hear about the challenges they’ve faced.
In 2012, Nuri Icgoren founded Urban Sprout Farms, a biodynamic, certified organic farm located in the Polar Rock neighborhood of Lakewood Heights. The five-acre plot, just a few miles southeast of Downtown Atlanta, is home to hoop houses, fresh herbs and flower beds, producing an average of 8,600 pounds of food annually.
Food Well Alliance is excited to announce our 2019 grant opportunities, with an investment of $200,000 in metro Atlanta’s local food system.
As a local food leader in a city surrounded by excellent healthcare providers, Food Well Alliance went straight to the source to determine how local food could improve healthcare outcomes in Metro Atlanta. We partnered with The Common Market Georgia to host the Local Food & Healthcare Working Table held on March 22 and 29, 2018. Here’s what we discovered.
Thanks so much to everyone who joined us for Soil Festival 2018. This year’s event was our best yet! Find out more about what went down and check out some beautiful photos.
Whether you’re an urban farmer, a community gardener or a backyard gardener taking your first steps into composting and gardening, Soil Festival 2018 has workshops for you.
Spring is finally here! As the days get warmer, gardeners and farmers across Atlanta are rolling up their sleeves and digging into the soil to prepare for the spring growing season. At Food Well Alliance, we are hard at work planning Soil Festival 2018!
Food Well Alliance’s Compost Design Table is well underway as the design fellows continue to design a potential solution for increasing community-based composting in Metro Atlanta.
Through Food Well Alliance's 2018 Community Garden Grant, we will invest a total of up to $50,000 to support neighborhood leaders and the long-term sustainability of their community gardens.
Food Well Alliance is excited to announce that Kim Karris has been named the new executive director.
Food Well Alliance invites you to join us for our fourth annual Soil Festival as we continue a tradition of celebrating soil as a key source for building gardens and healthier communities.
Food Well Alliance is investing $300,000 in 13 organizations that are creating a vibrant and more resilient city through locally grown food.
During the Economic Development Local Food Forum, we heard the incredible stories of two local food leaders and a community partner and leader who are all working to boost economic development in Atlanta through locally-grown food.