The seventh annual electrical extravaganza features spectacular light displays throughout the Garden, including the new high-tech Nature's Wonders, illuminating the world's natural phenomena through countless strands of synchronized dancing lights strung high over Storza Woods. Through Jan. 7, explore the Walk of Flames and Tunnel of Light along with favorites such as the Orchestral Orbs, Glittering Galaxy, Radiant Rainforest, and Model Trains that continue to make the exhibition a must-see holiday tradition.
This workshop is designed to introduce growers to principles and practices of vegetable crop production and provide information needed to grow and manage a vegetable garden.
This year, the Domestic Fair Trade Association is hosting a conference with the theme Linking Up: Creating Fair and Sustainable Agricultural Supply Chains in order to remind us that there are alternatives to our current food system and to inspire us to truly believe that these alternatives can become the norm.
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The Economic Development Local Food Forum will highlight some of the innovative organizations, social enterprises and local food entrepreneurs that are using local food to create jobs, meet customer demand, and increase access to sustainably-grown, locally-sourced food.
Food Well Alliance has released Atlanta's first Local Food Baseline Report, a snapshot of the social, economic, ecological and nutritional impact of the city's current local food system.
Fresh II: A Health & Nutrition Local Food Forum brought together urban growers and health professionals to highlight the work being done on Atlanta’s Westside and in Metro Atlanta to improve health outcomes through local food.
From forging new partnerships to learning about the work being done at the Good Samaritan Health Center, Fresh I was an opportunity to learn more about how health and local food work together to improve the health of our city and communities.
Fresh 1 will highlight how healthcare organizations and urban farmers are using local food to improve health outcomes in Metro Atlanta.
To learn more about the 2018 Local Food Grant, please register for our webinar on Wednesday, August 16th from 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT.
Food Well Alliance in partnership with Georgia Farmers Market Association and Norcross Community Market last week held the Norcross Local Food Forum to highlight how Norcross and Gwinnett County are using local food to build stronger, healthier communities.
Join us for the Norcross Local Food Forum on July 18th to learn more about how local food is used at Norcross Community Market to improve the health, sustainability and vitality of communities.
During this community gathering, guests will have the opportunity to learn more about the work being done in Norcross and why local food is important from a lineup of local food leaders in Gwinnett County.
Are you interested in learning how community leaders are using local food to build stronger and healthier communities in Gwinnett County? Then join us for the Norcross Local Food Forum.
A white paper released today by Food Well Alliance offers strategic recommendations formulated by a coalition of compost experts, educators, regulators and urban growers to reuse food waste to increase community-based composting in Metro Atlanta.
Do you want to transform our city’s food system? Do you believe in a more sustainable Atlanta? Then don’t miss your chance to apply for our Compost Design Table!
As a kick off to International Compost Awareness Week, Food Well Alliance hosted its third annual Soil Festival at Truly Living Well's Collegetown Farm & Education Center.
Food Well Alliance is looking for three impact-driven leaders to serve as Compost Design Table Fellows during the paid fellowship. To learn more about the Compost Design Table and application process, we will be holding an in-person information session on Tuesday, May 23, 2017.
Food Well Alliance in partnership with the Center for Civic Innovation developed the Food Innovation Fellowship to equip impact-driven leaders, who have shown the potential to impact our city through food, with the tools they need to be more viable, successful and sustainable as entrepreneurs.