What’s Growing on?

Written By: Bre Humphries

LOVE EATING LOCAL, but having trouble finding produce with farmers markets closed for the season? We did some digging to find out what’s growing near you!

Circle A Farms, Cumming — Aquaponic lettuce and herbs in varieties like Bibb lettuce, baby kale and basil; order online for Saturday drive-through pick up. circlealettuce.com

Collective Harvest, Athens — A co-op of local farms providing sustainably grown fruits and vegetables year-round; available through CSA subscriptions or single orders for drop-sites and home delivery in Athens-area communities. collectiveharvestathens.com

Ellijay Mushrooms, Ellijay — Sustainably grown shitake and oyster mushrooms; order online for shipping or pick-up at the farm or an Atlanta-area drop site.

Spreading Oaks Farm, Dallas — Certified naturally grown greens and root vegetables; available for online order at localharvest.org for drop sites in Paulding and Cherokee counties.

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