Mother Nature is my Business Partner: A Climate Conversation with Farmer Casey Cox Kerr
Agriculture is the number one industry in Georgia, contributing about $76 billion each year to the state’s economy. It’s critical to our state as a whole, but especially to Georgia’s rural communities. When it comes to scaling the solutions to climate change, it’s the people on the ground — those who are running their own farm operations and related businesses — that understand the stakes and the opportunities better than anyone.
Hear from Casey Cox Kerr as she talks about her experience running her family’s farm, Longleaf Ridge Farm, in southwest Georgia.
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