Agriculture + Lifestyle
Fresh Fixins With Chef Hugh Acheson
With help from our Certified Farm Markets, try this lobster dish created by Hugh Acheson, who said he wanted to make a really refreshing meal that looks fancy but it is really straight forward when you dig into it.
Jag’s Pizzeria has had two goals: to serve great food and to support the local community. Focused on tying-in local ingredients they reach out to farmers in the area to add -grown elements into their pizzas each month.
A Fall Maze that Delivers
Poppell Farms presents an iconic fall maze, which features the mailman himself, Quarterback Stetson Bennett. One of our Certified Farm Markets, this family-oriented farm offers hayrides, a pumpkin patch, cow-train rides, and jumping pillows.
Growing Family Traditions
For a fifth-generation farmer, it’s not surprising that Jake Carter is living proof of the family bonds that can be forged on a farm. For his parents and grandparents, that meant growing up on Southern Belle Farm in Henry County.
Spinach Salad with Fresh Blueberry Vinaigrette
Looking for a fresh salad with a beautiful, vibrant homemade dressing? This recipe highlights fresh, Georgia grown berries with a splash of lemon juice and sweet Georgia honey. Easy to put together and perfect for your next family cookout.
Delectable Blueberry Lemon Cake
This most requested layer cake marries the flavors of citrus and blueberries with a smooth cream cheese frosting. It definitely earns the recognition of top crowd pleasing dessert and will soon become a favorite in your home.
Farm Passport Adventures
The Farm Passport is a great reason to discover Georgia, support local farmers, and experience fresh food. The program helps you discover where your food comes from and supports those who make it possible. Let your Farm Passport guide you!
A Passport Story
Though agriculture is Georgia’s most important industry, it’s easy to not think about it. It blends in – it is the countryside and landscape; but once you become aware of it, it’s seemingly everywhere, and it’s fascinating.
Oh Christmas Tree
Ready to deck the halls? Excited for Saint Nick's arrival? Check out the Christmas tree markets across the state where you can pick up your perfect evergreen and even a few locations where you can cut your own tree!
Celebrating 84 Years of Georgia Farm Bureau
Georgia Farm Bureau began 84 years ago this month, and we’ve been through many milestones along the way. We are so proud of our history and our mission to serve Georgians. Take a look back at some memories that are important to us.
It’s Carnival Time-King Cake Recipe
This sweet treat with hints of cinnamon goes perfectly with a cup of coffee. You can make it with just cinnamon inside or mix it up with pecans, or your favorite preserves from your local Certified Farm Market.
Top Holiday Traditions You Should Try in 2020
Create memories with loved ones by spending quality time with those you’re close with this holiday season with these top holiday traditions you should try in 2020, don't miss the bonus gift guide at the bottom.
Fresh Fixins with Georgia-Based Chef, Rebecca Egsieker
With help from our Certified Farm Markets, Chef Rebecca Egsieker of The Dairy Alliance shares recipes that’ll have your guests exclaiming, ‘I do declare!’ and clamoring for a proper southern afternoon tea—pinky in the air.
Pumpkin Whoopie Pies
As an iconic fall flavor, dusting off the pumpkin recipes lets us know the season of giving thanks is upon us! Our Certified Farm Market Program has 16 different locations across the state where you can pop in and pick up a pumpkin of your choice.
Who Grew My Breakfast?
Ever wondered how many farmers it takes to help you make the most important meal of the day? As the leading industry in Georgia, agriculture is all around you – especially when you and your family break bread around the table.
Pickled Dill Green Beans
Need a quick snack? Garnish for a salad? Maybe use up your extra vegetables before they go bad? Quick pickling is a great way to achieve all of the above and incredibly easy with few ingredients required. Read More
13 Georgia Apple Orchards You Should Visit This Fall
Georgia’s apple season may begin in late August, but the month of October belongs to them. What originally began as a week-long celebration eventually grew into an entire month.