Northeast Georgia regional food network analysis
Beechuk, Marc Patric
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This paper explores the current operations, related industries and policies affecting the agricultural practices in the Regional Commission district of Northeast Georgia. It specifically focuses on the production, infrastructure, consumption and regulations that are in place as well as what can be improved to promote agricultural practices for the region. Farming is important in Georgia and to build stronger communities it is necessary to protect resources in place, find ways to keep money moving through local economies and guide the industry as it evolves. Industrial agriculture has changed the way America farms and it is important for operators to understand their roles and maximize the opportunities available weather they have five acres or 500,000.