Flood Devastates Bamboo Creek Farm

The recent storms in April caused Snapfinger Creek to rise over 10 feet in just a few hours, ruining all crops, washing away months of investments, and eliminating future sales for at least 3 months.

We are re-grouping to get back on track as soon as possible, but our immediate priority is to be sure that the basic needs of farmers are met.
Learn how you can help.

Global Growers supports the people who grow healthy food for our community.

By providing farmers and community growers with an ecosystem of support, we are strengthening the local economy while making local, healthy produce abundant and accessible to communities throughout metro-Atlanta.


Global Growers has trained more than 200 unique food producers.


Since 2010, we have produced more than 500,000 pounds of fresh produce.


Whom We Serve

Global Growers supports people who grow healthy food for our community, which includes community growers growing on small plots for their families, as well as farmers who are growing for commercial markets. Our network includes:


We prioritize serving experienced growers who came to Georgia as refugees/immigrants.


We serve growers from culture and ethnic groups that are historically underserved and underrepresented in agricultural services.


We serve groups of growers who are organizing, collaborating, and sharing land and/or markets.


Help us continue to GROW

Your contribution supports Global Growers to continue connecting families to land, education, and markets