In August, AgrAbility in Georgia and the Arthritis Foundation Georgia Chapter will kick off a series of workshops on Gardening and Farming with Arthritis with an introductory Tai Chi class. The workshops will be offered at various locations around the state. In addition to the arthritis workshop, AgrAbility in Georgia has a wide variety of upcoming training opportunities available. Learn more at www.farmagain.com/register.
AgrAbility in Georgia just unveiled their newly redesigned website – www.farmagain.com. Be sure to check out their blog and you can now catch them on Twitter and Facebook.
AgrAbility in Georgia is pleased to announce that the Arthritis Foundation Georgia Chapter has joined the project as a non-profit partner. They will be joining with Georgia’s other non-profit partner, Shepherd Center, to serve agricultural workers in the state.
Submitted by: Becky Brightwell