New to local food? Reconnect with where your food comes from and experience Atlanta’s food movement by attending an event below near you!
Local food leaders and organizations are always welcome to submit food and farm-related events located in metro Atlanta below.
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.
Join Emory University for a conversation with John Mackey, presented by Conscious Capitalism Atlanta and Emory Center for Ethics. John will share insights on the founding of Conscious Capitalism and the four principles that define the organization.
Join Georgia Food Oasis for its Bi-Annual Community Partner Meeting on February 1st. During the meeting, we'll debut our 2017 Annual Report and share what our communities accomplished in 2017.
The Atlanta urban agriculture community is kicking off the Aglanta Forum on July 21-22, 2017, hosted at the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History (AARL) in partnership with Historic Westside Gardensand the American Community Garden Association.
Join us for the Norcross Local Food Forum, which will highlight how Norcross works with community partners like Sustainable Norcross and the Georgia Farmers Market Association to build community and improving the quality of life for its diverse community of residents through sustainable measures and locally-produced food.
The Leadership Association Meetings are designed to provide information that is educational, therapeutic, and beneficial in helping to improve the quality of life for you, your families and the community.
If you live in the 30314/30318 zip codes, come give your feedback on local programs that will receive training and support to continue improving your community!
The Westside Innovation Lab wants your help to select the final 6-8 ventures we will support over the next six months.
Join us as CCI and Food Well Alliance welcome back the City of Atlanta’s Director of Urban Agriculture, Mario Cambardella!