Connecting Community Through Urban Farming

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Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture educates and connects people through urban farming, builds positive personal relationships and establishes an ethic of community and environmental stewardship.

Founded by K. Rashid Nuri, Truly Living Well at its core is committed to bringing good food, good health and well-being to Atlanta's urban center.

With two farm sites in Collegetown and East Point, and two additional growing sites in Fayetteville and on Harbin Road in Atlanta, Truly Living Well continues to serve as a leader and pioneer in the urban agricultural community in Metro Atlanta.

Truly Living Well grows and harvests fresh vegetables and herbs from heirloom seeds or from their own seed stock, and leverages sustainable production methods, which include not using any hybrids or GMO products.

From collard greens and sweet potatoes to eggplant and rainbow carrots - all of the fresh food grown at Truly Living Well is available to the community through their Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) subscription program, farmers markets and food co-ops.

Truly Living Well also offers a host of educational programs for young people and families which are designed to grow a healthy community for generations to come. These programs include the Urban Grower Boot Camp, Summer Camp, Young Urban Growers, Seed To Harvest, Gardening 101, Learning Tours and Growing Families.


To learn more about leaders who are building a more resilient Metro Atlanta through locally grown food, check out Atlanta's Local Food Baseline Report.