Atlanta Real Food is run by the Atlanta area chapter leaders of The Weston A. Price Foundation. Here you will find the latest news from local farmers, get information on how to properly prepare real foods, and stay up to date on local events.
GUYS! The rain is finally supposed to clear away this weekend leaving gorgeous weather in its wake, and what better way to enjoy it than learning how to keep chickens, the in's and out's of foraging, or hanging out with us at the Maker Faire! Plus, next week kicks off one of our first children's series - so there's a lot to explore! Check it out now!
There are lots of reasons to want to keep chickens: eggs, meat, enhanced soil quality, and this. No matter your reason, learn how easy it can be to keep chickens in your backyard if you know the basics! Find out more now.
Ladybug Learning for your Little One
We're so glad to offer our first series of children's classes this quarter with the lovely Miss Ladybug! Bring your little one to the Lake Claire Landtrust next Tuesday for some Enchanted Garden Tea Time - find out more!
Wild Food with Crack in the Sidewalk
Almost everyone in Atlanta knows the fine folks at Crack in the Sidewalk Farmlet and how expert they are at finding wild foods even in the most urban of landscapes. If you're just curious about foraging or are ready to up your skillset - this is the perfect workshop for you! Check it out now!
Like making stuff? Come hang out!
If you've never been to a Maker Faire before, you don't EVEN know what you're missing! All kinds of creations and gadgets from blacksmithing to CNC machines and 3-D printing. It's like a DIY world's fair - and we'll be there! Come visit us and make some seed bombs for renegade soil restoration!