Since its city approval in late 2014, Aluma Farm has expanded to 3.8 acres. Their aim is to feed Atlanta’s need for locally grown food, foster neighborhood pride, and build awareness and community around farming, healthy environmental practices, and healthful foods. Founders Andrea and Andy come from a long background of agriculture and both quickly came to love small-scale and mindful farming practices. They are in the expansion stage of their 5 year plan, building a chicken coop, creating a community garden, and hosting farm tours and educational events.
Choosing inspiration over competition for a stronger community and a healthier way to do business.
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Unified by a love for the Earth and the people who live in it.
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