The local food movement is ever growing thanks to the individuals and organizations that we fondly call our opportunity makers, who host events for improving access to local foods. Submit your events related to metro Atlanta's local food system below.
For the 6th year, the City of Decatur and Global Growers present Decatur’s Dinner Party. This annual fundraiser celebrates Decatur’s vibrant food community - from the talented growers who grow fresh, healthy food right here in Decatur to the extraordinary chefs whose restaurants serve Decatur families delicious food day after day.
Community garden enthusiasts from Georgia and across the country will be meeting in Atlanta, Sept 13 – 16, for the 39th Annual Conference of the American Community Garden Association (ACGA). The ACGA is committed to building strong communities and enhancing community gardening and greening across the United States and Canada. The conference will be held at the Georgia International Convention Center in Atlanta.
Native and medicinal plant workshop sponsored by Hall County SWCD.
Mulberry Fields Gone Wylde is an annual event held at Wylde Center's 5th garden, Mulberry Fields located in the Atlanta Candler Park neighborhood. Family friendly, the event features food and drink vendors, live music, face painting, and games for children.
We invite you to join us at the Alpharetta Community Farm & Garden, Saturday, July 14th from 9-10 am to add your input to the vision, design, and development for the future City of Alpharetta Park.
The webinar will provide Extension Agents with information and resources to promote pollinator habitats in urban and suburban forests.
Farmers who complete the training and receive certification can earn an average of $17,000 per year AND be a source of much needed healthy produce for low-income families and seniors.
Gwinnett Technical College in partnership with Alegre Farm in Dacula, Georgia is offering courses designed to enhance skills and appreciation of sustainable agriculture in farming practices for homeowners that are economically viable, environmentally sound and socially responsible, but yet productive.
Grillin’ & Chillin’ — Emory Point’s signature foodie fundraising series — returns for its third consecutive year with top Atlanta-area chefs and mixologists, most of whom partnered with Emory Point on Grillin’ & Chillin’ the past two years, giving their time to serve up more fabulous food and delicious drinks to raise funds for community nonprofits. A popular local jazz band will also add harmony and melody to the feasting fun.
Concrete Jungle's Spectacular Fruit Ramble is our largest annual event and one of Atlanta's favorite family-friendly fundraisers! Please join us on May 20th to learn about the 20 varieties of fruit growing in our city and support our efforts to make Atlanta a healthy, delicious, fruit-filled place for all!