Who Dishes Up The Best Tomato Dish in Alabama?

Whether they’re fried green, baked in a pie or blended into a smooth, savory soup, tomatoes star in countless tasty dishes.
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Sweet Grown Alabama, Along With Other Industry Groups Kick Off Down To Earth Campaign In Pike Road

Alabama farm and forestry organizations debuted a yearlong public education campaign — Down to Earth: Agriculture Sustains Alabama — during a chock-filled celebration today in Pike Road.  
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Sweet Grown Alabama Supporter Alabama Ag Credit Creates Vendor Voucher Program

When it comes to making profits as a small farmer, Alabama Ag Credit understands that the littlest things can make the biggest difference. 
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Alabama Groups Launch ‘Down To Earth’ Sustainability Campaign

Alabama agriculture and forestry organizations are launching Down to Earth: Agriculture Sustains Alabama — a yearlong campaign promoting conservation techniques farmers and landowners practice across the state.Through farmer-led discussion, Down to ...
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Poarch Band of Creek Indians Contributes $15,000 to Support Sweet Grown Alabama

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians has pledged financial support to Sweet Grown Alabama with a $15,000 sponsorship for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.
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First South Farm Credit Contributes $5,000 To Continue Support for Sweet Grown Alabama

First South Farm Credit has continued its financial support of Sweet Grown Alabama with a $5,000 supporter sponsorship for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.  
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United Bank Supports Sweet Grown Alabama with $10,000 Contribution

United Bank has pledged financial support to Sweet Grown Alabama with a $10,000 sponsorship for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.
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Alabama Farm Credit Pledges Support for Sweet Grown Alabama

Alabama Farm Credit has pledged financial support to Sweet Grown Alabama with a $10,000 supporter sponsorship for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.
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Alabama Ag Credit Continues Sponsorship with Sweet Grown Alabama

Alabama Ag Credit has continued its financial support of Sweet Grown Alabama with a $10,000 supporter sponsorship for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.
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Sweet Grown Alabama Held First Farm to Table Dinner

Sweet Grown Alabama held their first farm to table dinner at Scott's Orchard in Hazel Green on July 22, 2021.
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Sweet Grown Alabama Hosted Farmers Market In Downtown Huntsville

Sweet Grown Alabama held a farmers market at Big Spring Park in downtown Huntsville July 23, where north Alabamians were able to purchase locally grown products and connect with farmers in ...
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Grocery Store Partnership Highlighted by Made in Alabama

The Alabama Department of Commerce's Made in Alabama program highlighted Sweet Grown Alabama's efforts to connect local farmers with grocery stores in the state.
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