Georgia Organics Overview
Georgia Organics connects organic food from Georgia farms to Georgia families.
We believe food systems should be community-based, not commodity based.
An outgrowth of a grower’s association established in the 1970s, Georgia Organics is a member-supported not-for-profit organization devoted to promoting sustainable foods and local farms in Georgia.
A sustainable local food system is critical to the future of Georgia’s health, environment, and economy.
Recognizing this vital need, Georgia Organics builds supply through comprehensive grower education and outreach programs, and catalyzes demand on the consumer and business end by fostering market opportunities for local food.
The Georgia Organics community has 1,200 members, an annual conference that attracts, 1,100 strong, and a robust communication network that reaches 11,000 people and businesses quarterly, through print and electronic communications.