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food-coops Big Organic Garden

 Dacula, GA      

Big Organic Garden is a weekly organic produce co-op based in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Members enjoy a wide variety of mostly seasonal and local organic produce and other locally-grown products such as grass fed beef, pastured chicken, honey, eggs, Greek yogurt, Quinoa Pilaf and Little Me Tea.  more...


farms Rancho Alegre Farm

 Dacula, GA   

Rancho Alegre Farm serves Gwinnett County and beyond as a center for agriculturally-based education, agritourism, and economic development.  more...


farms Stokes Farm

 Lawrenceville, GA      Blog

Stokes Farm is one of the last working farms in Gwinnett county, selling grass fed beef, naturally grown pork. We serve customers from as far away as Atlanta and Athens. Our farm is between Lawrenceville and Dacula one mile from the intersection of GA 316 and Harbins Rd.  more...


farms Phoenix Gardens

 Lawrenceville, GA   

We are a small, locally-owned farm dedicated to the principles of organic and naturally sustainable crop production and the "Buy Local" movement. Located in Lawrenceville, Georgia, we are excited to provide wholesome food to the suburban Atlanta area. We grow vegetables, herbs and fruits at our farm.  more...


farms Two Mule Farms

 Armuchee, GA   

Two mule farms is located on the banks of the Oostanaula river in the foothills of north georgia. We strive to raise the highest quality chemical free produce. To date we offer over 25 varities of vegtables; Lettuce, spinach, chard, onions, potatoes, beans, peas, corn, tomatoes, squash, peppers, watermelon,and cantaloupe just to name a few.  more...



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