Southern SARE Grantee-Produced Info Product
Sustainable Food Systems for Georgia’s Agrarian Future
In Georgia, demand for local, sustainable food exceeds the supply, but a lack of infrastructure limits the development of a local, sustainable food system. Through a Southern SARE planning grant, the Georgia Sustainable Agriculture Consortium was formed to coordinate and leverage resources across the state of Georgia and to determine the necessary components of a revitalized regional food system. Their conclusions are presented in the white paper, Sustainable Food Systems for Georgia’s Agrarian Future, and are focused around food hubs as an essential element in a sustainable food system.
Want more information? See the related SARE grant(s) MS09-003, Focusing on the Future of Sustainable Agriculture in Georgia: Southern SARE Planning Grant.
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