Member Meetings

The Georgia Mountains Farmers Network is an organization developed by and for farmers. The primary purpose is for farmers to interact and network with other farmers for knowledge exchange and collaboration. For this reason we do not open up our meetings to the general public.

Any farmer who practices sustainable agriculture or is trying to transition to sustainable agriculture can become a member. Simply send us an e-mail that reads something like....

"I am a grower (or other appropriate title) of local food who is interested in sustainable practices and would like to be a member of GMFN."

Email with your contact info, farm name, and location and we'll add you to our Members List and you'll receive e-mails about upcoming meetings. We typically have at least four get-togethers annually. If you would be interested in hosting a get-togethers please let us know.


GMFN Meeting Archive

1st Meeting – January 25th, 2012 – Burton Mountain Farm
2nd Meeting – February 27th, 2012 – Woodland Gardens
3rd Meeting – April 24th, 2012 - Taylor Creek Farms
4th Meeting – September 10th, 2012 – Melon Head Farm
5th Meeting – February 19th, 2013 – Ladybug Farms
6th Meeting – March 19th, 2013 – Blairsville Cannery
7th Meeting – March 26th, 2013 – Leah Lake Farms
8th Meeting – October 28th, 2013 – Mountain Earth Farms
9th Meeting – January 21st, 2014 – Wilbros
10th Meeting – March 31st, 2014 – Mill Gap Farm and Fortify
11th Meeting – March 20, 2016 – Calhoun Fields (Clemson)
12th Meeting – May 2, 2016 – Food Safety mock audit and best practices at Mill Gap Farm
13th Meeting – August 30, 2016 – Strategies for Disease and Insect Control at Bramberi Farm
14th Meeting – December 12, 2016  – Growing and selling to Chefs in NE Georgia

For more information about the organization of the GMFN and our purpose take a look at some of our historical documents here:

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