Calling all Georgia [farm to table] schools! The USDA wants to visit with their Farm to School Tactical Team in support of local food systems.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is making a national push for farm to table programs in schools and is accepting applications from schools across the country who already have sustainable food programs underway in their local communities. The goal is to study the start-up, struggles, and success stories of current programs in order to develop a model for others to follow. The long-term goal is to then help school districts implement their own farm to school programs with assistance reaching out to local farms, communicating with stakeholders, and identifying and overcoming obstacles.

Georgia Organics October Farm to School Roundtable: Your Edible School Garden

Georgia Organics invites you to join them and the Edgewood Community Learning Garden for this month’s Farm to School Roundtable Discussion! This month’s topic is Community Resources for Your Edible School Garden and Farm to School Projects. Come learn about community resources for your school garden and farm to school projects.

The Atlanta Local Food Initiative outlines a plan for a sustainable food future

If you’re concerned about where our food is grown and who supplies it in the Atlanta and Decatur area, you’re not alone. The Atlanta Local Food Initiative was formed to address just that issue with a plan for Atlanta’s sustainable food future.

Atlanta schools are going green with growing community gardens

Atlanta schools are going green with growing community gardens at Cascade Elementary and Morningside Elementary Schools!