South Georgia Growing Local is
Two days ago, Gretchen Quarterman talked about it on the
Scott James Morning Show on TALK 92.1 FM radio (WDDQ).
With credit to the late James Wright “who was a real advocate for
people who live in the city, and don’t have access to fresh foods”.
SOGALO17 will be at a new venue with cooking facilities!
When: 9AM-4:30 PM, Saturday, January 21st 2017
Where: Pinevale Elementary School, 930 Lake Park Road, Valdosta GA.
Here’s a video playlist:
Videos: Gretchen Quarterman on Scott James Talk 92.1 Radio about South Georgia Growing Local 2017-01-17
Video by Gretchen Quarterman for Okra Paradise Farms, Lowndes County, Georgia.