DOCUMENTARY: Athens, Ga., Eating Local

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Richard Henley holds a Hercules beetle found at the CPOA program farms, University of Georgia on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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Richard Henley tries to decide whether some tomatoes are ready to be picked at the greenhouse at the CPOA farms, University of Georgia on March 1st, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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Some young plants get watered in the greenhouse at the CPOA program farm at the University of Georgia, on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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Richard Hendley harvests carrots at the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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Richard Hendley harvests lettuce at the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

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Richard Hendley washes organically grown carrots at the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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Daniel White washes some organically grown lettuce at the University of Georgia farm for the Certified Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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Ducks run out of their shed at the farm of Cathy Pane in Elberton, Ga., on April 16, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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Cathy Payne’s dog watches over the animals in the field at her farm in Elberton, Ga., on April 16, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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Cathy Payne helps a lamb suckle from a goat after its mother rejected it at her farm in Elberton, Ga., on April 16, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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Multiple participants in the Farmer For a Day event at Darby Farm in Good Hope, Ga., dig into some locally grown food on Saturday, April 28, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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“Bon Bon,” steals some locally grown lettuce from a Farmer For a Day participant’s plate at Darby Farm in Good Hope, Ga., on Saturday, April 28, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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A Farmer For a Day participant eats some egg salad made from the local eggs at Darby Farm in Good Hope, Ga,. on Saturday, April 28, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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Daniel Dover, operator of Darby Farm in Good Hope, Ga., Cathy Payne, left, director of the Farmer For a Day program, and a participant in the Farmer For a Day program take a break from clearing some branches on Saturday, April 28, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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Cathy Payne, director of the Farmer For a Day program, and another participant help clear branches from an area at Darby Farm in Good Hope, Ga., on Saturday, April 28, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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Daniel Dover, operator of Darby Farms in Good Hope, Ga., breaks up bigger branches so others can move them into a pile during the Farmer For a Day event on Saturday, April, 28, 2012. ( © Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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Daniel Dover, operator of Darby Farms in Good Hope, Ga., puts a chicken back in its cage during the Farmer For a Day event on Saturday, April, 28, 2012. ( © Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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A Farmer For a Day participant holds a baby lamb named, “Bon Bon,” at the Farmer For a Day event at Darby Farm in Good Hope, Ga., on Saturday, April 28, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

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A Farmer For a Day particpant bites into a locally grown strawberry at Darby Farm in Good Hope, Ga., on Saturday, April 28, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

Sign outside 1000 Faces Coffee Brewing on Wednesday, January 25, 2011. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

Sign outside 1000 Faces Coffee Brewing on Wednesday, January 25, 2011. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

 

Jess Snyder checks the roasting coffee beans at 1000 Faces coffee company in Athens, Ga., on Wednesday, January 25, 2012. 1000 Faces works personally with growers from around the world and ensures they only pick the most satisfactory coffee beans, then roasts the beans locally and in smaller batches to enhance taste. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

Jess Snyder checks the roasting coffee beans at 1000 Faces coffee company in Athens, Ga., on Wednesday, January 25, 2012. 1000 Faces works personally with growers from around the world and ensures they only pick the most satisfactory coffee beans, then roasts the beans locally and in smaller batches to enhance taste. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

Freshly roasted coffee beans are mixed at 1000 Faces in Athens, Ga., on Wednesday, January 25, 2012. 1000 Faces works pesonally with growers from all around the world to ensure they only provide the perfect coffee beans, then roast the beans locally and in smaller batches to enhance taste. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

Freshly roasted coffee beans are mixed at 1000 Faces in Athens, Ga., on Wednesday, January 25, 2012. 1000 Faces works pesonally with growers from all around the world to ensure they only provide the perfect coffee beans, then roast the beans locally and in smaller batches to enhance taste. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

Bags of Coffee beans from Kenya, El Salvador and Peru sit at the 1000 Faces brewing location in Athens, Ga., on Wednesday, Janurary 25, 2012. 1000 Faces works closely with coffee growers from these countries to ensure they only pick the highest level coffee beans and then brew them locally in smaller batches to enhance taste. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

Bags of Coffee beans from Kenya, El Salvador and Peru sit at the 1000 Faces brewing location in Athens, Ga., on Wednesday, Janurary 25, 2012. 1000 Faces works closely with coffee growers from these countries to ensure they only pick the highest level coffee beans and then brew them locally in smaller batches to enhance taste. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkosbourne@gmail.com)

 

 

 

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