Many of our guests who stay with us live in the Atlanta metro area. Many care about purchasing wholesome farm fresh food that does not travel from faraway places to the store, minimizing their carbon footprint. We recently learned about Moore Farms and Friends through Georgia Organics. They are a marketing association of small Sustainable, Certified Naturally Grown and USDA Certified Organic food producers. They never use any toxic chemicals to grow their food and use earth-friendly methods which we like. You can order what you want online and pick up at many Atlanta area locations. Check out their video or visit their web site.
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- Interesting use for those old wine corks. #reuse fb.me/BH1qELsP 59 minutes ago
- Georgia wine highway week is happening now! #dahlonega #wine... fb.me/1RQCewiBH 1 day ago
- Any of our guests or Facebook fans who prefer vegan dishes ever tried making eggplant bacon? #vegan... fb.me/1P359BUPl 3 days ago
- We love our hummingbirds at the inn and place feeders and plants that they enjoy. If you use feeders it is... fb.me/ygkawbkv 3 days ago
- Have you kayaked through the underground river near Dahlonega? It's not too far from our inn. We hear it's... fb.me/17GxbTIRE 3 days ago
- We have a "freedom lawn" at the inn where everything is allowed to grow as nature intended. We do not use... fb.me/1g1rFmquE 1 week ago
- We are saddened to hear the news of the passing of Doug Paul, owner of Three Sisters Vineyards in Dahlonega. Doug... fb.me/6B27Rn1eU 3 weeks ago
- Neat way to recycle beer bottles into sand for beaches and other uses. Bet it works on North Georgia Winery... fb.me/7g23IcOXA 3 weeks ago