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Author: Layla Khoury-Hanold

Sustainable. Organic. Local. January 2016

Lisa Kessler comes from six generations of farmers—they all just happened to do other things professionally. Prior to starting White Hills Lavender and Herb Farm in 2008, Kessler was a teacher and physician assistant. When she and her husband moved to the area to attend MCG, they knew they wanted some recreational land, so they bought a farmhouse in Dearing, Ga. Kessler had always wanted nut trees, so she planted hazelnuts in the orchard, followed later by pecan trees. Nut trees take a notoriously long time to fruit so, in the meantime, she threw lavender and rosemary in the...

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Eat Local

Just listening to Kim Hines tell stories about the farmers and food that make up the Augusta Locally Grown community is enough to inspire you to put down the wilted kale in your grocery cart and head straight for the farmer’s market. As Augusta Locally Grown’s executive director, Hines works tirelessly to support the non-profit organization’s mission to growing the local food community throughout the CSRA. That translates into providing resources and programs for the Augusta community to eat, cook and grow fresh, local foods, as well as a creating a platform for the farmers who work just as...

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