Food and fiber's role in the economy of Georgia's new congressional districts
Doherty, Brigid A.
McKissick, John C.
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Food and fiber production and processing are major sources of economic activity for many of Georgia’s counties. With shifting political boundaries, it can be difficult to assess the value of food and fiber production and processing in newly defined regions. This paper presents the results of a brief study performed by the Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development to discover the value of food and fiber production and processing in each new congressional district.