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Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture

Atlanta, Georgia

Truly Living Well grows healthier, more self-sufficient and economically sustainable communities by connecting people through the land through farming, education and outreach.
In 2005, a group of interested citizens and organizations began dialogue around a new approach to producing and supplying fresh food for Metro Atlanta. Their resulting plan envisioned a transformed system in which every Atlantan had access to nutritious and affordable food produced by a thriving network of sustainable farms and gardens. Their hope: fresh and healthy foods, grown and distributed locally, while improving the social, environmental, and economic well-being of our community.
TLW has since become one of the leaders in this movement, dedicated to using organic farming in urban areas as a means of connecting people to healthier foods and providing agriculture-based training and jobs.
Founded in 2006, by Rashid Nuri, TLW has used its expertise and resources to show how food can be a bridge across diverse cultures, backgrounds, and experiences. It’s first farm, TLW@ East Point was founded in 2007. In 2010, TLW created a highly productive, broadly diversified farm site in the middle of the city, Wheat Street Garden in Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward. From there, TLW empowered a community to grow their own food, make healthier food choices, and develop a sense of environmental stewardship—and thus helped to create a place where people were truly living well. In 2016, TLW moved to its new permanent location, Collegetown Farm in the Ashview Heights community on Atlanta's west side

CNG is recognized for upholding natural and organic standards. It helps us to provide assurance and accountability about our growing practices to our customers and community.

(This listing was last updated on July 19, 2019)

Location

324 Lawton St.
Atlanta, GA 30310
Fulton County

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 90841
East Point, GA 30364

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