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Global Growers Network is excited to host the third annual Culture in AgriCulture event: Global Growers Gets Your Goat! This year we're teaming up with an eclectic mix of local chefs, farmers, makers, and artists to create an evening tailored to our central theme: GOATS. 

Join us for an evening of unique cuisine and culture on Tuesday, November 25th, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at the Marianna (above Wrecking Bar) in Little Five Points. Suggested ticket donation is $40 in advance / $45 at the door. All proceeds from the event provide agricultural support to our farms and help us pay for the public transportation that our farmers need to get to their farms and gardens.

We are thrilled to feature Will and Jenni Harris, the father and daughter duo behind the award-winning White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, Georgia, as our featured guests for the evening.

Terry Koval (Wrecking Bar), Hudson Rouse (Home Grown), and Angus Brown (Lusca) will collaborate with our international farmers to craft unique dishes that throw an authentic cultural spin on locally grown food. The evening's eclectic tastings will highlight fresh goat meat provided by White Oak Pastures, goat milk and farm-crafted cheeses from Decimal Place Farm, and organically grown produce from Global Growers' farmers.

#weloveatl will be on site with a curated exhibition of photographs documenting Global Growers and the farm-to-table process.
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Signature cocktails will be crafted by Paige Lane, bartender at the Little Vinyl Lounge.

Join us for a delicious evening of culture, community, cuisine, and GOAT!

For tickets please visit Brown Paper Tickets

RSVP on Facebook here



On Saturday, September 6th, 2014 join Global Growers Network for a Meal to Live for at Decatur Cemetery, a vintage themed night of gourmet local cuisine prepared by some of Decatur’s most renowned chefs.  We'll toast the evening with beer, wine, live music and a lively auction featuring curated packages that pull from some of our favorite local haunts, businesses and organizations.  

Tickets are $125 each or reserve a full table for a party of 8 at $1200.  All proceeds will benefit Decatur’s Kitchen Garden - a Global Grower’s project.


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4/27, Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Clarkston International Garden

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5/2 This Is Market: The Clarkston Farmers Market will be paired with Chef Rian Tittle of Brickstore Pub. Buy Tickets here:

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Bamboo Shoot pick-your-own SaturdaysBamboo Creek Farm, Global Growers' farm hub and training site has several acres of bamboo forest nestled along Snapfinger Creek.  Shoots of bamboo will be springing up over the next few weeks, so we invite you all to come on over and pick 'em while they're fresh!

We ask that you reserve a space by purchasing a ticket through BrownPaperTickets here

$5 (individual) $10 (family): all you can pick bamboo shoots!

$5: (Optional) to pay for 1 roundtrip Marta pass for growers

Please bring your own buckets and shovel. A knife is also useful. 

If you've never harvested bamboo shoots before, no worries, we'll show you how! Plus how to prep and cook the shoots once you get home!

Once you've registered through BrownPaperTickets, we will send you directions and details regarding our farm's location and how-to's.





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