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Welcome to our farm at The Fork in the Road! Our honor-system market is open 24/7 for your shopping convenience. We carry home raised beef and pork, a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, local honey and locally roasted coffee - as well as a wide variety of homemade food: pies, carrot cake, cookie dough, banana bread, and take-and-bake casseroles. A Fork In The Road TV Georgia Grown Join us on our journey across Georgia as we explore the fertile and diverse landscape of Georgia agriculture and cuisine.


Sponsored by Georgia Grown, the marketing and economic development arm of the Georgia Department of Agriculture, A Fork in the Road will give consumers a realistic look at food production in Georgia and put names, faces and stories to the people who produce it. Welcome to Fork In The Road! We are located at 3892 LaVista Road, Tucker, GA 30084. Our phone number is (678) 381-0828. We look forward to seeing you soon! Another turning point, a fork stuck in the road Time grabs you by the wrist, directs you where to go So make the best of this test, and don't ask why It's not a question, but a lesson learned in time It's something unpredictable, but in the end is right I hope you had the time of your life So take the photographs, and still frames in your mind.

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fork in the road

1. Literally, the point at which one road splits or separates off into other roads. There's a fork in the road up ahead—which way should I go?OK, keep going straight until you reach the fork in the road, then turn right.
2. By extension, the point at which one must make a decision between two or more drastically different choices or opportunities. After college, I was at a real fork in the road. Should I try to find work right away, or should I got back to school to pursue a master's degree?We ran into something of a fork in a road in the middle of development. Do we listen to early user feedback and completely overhaul the game's design, or do we stick with our original plan and release the game on schedule?
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A Fork in the Road

New series on GPB takes viewers behind the scenes with Georgia farmers

By Amy Carter

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Explore the bounty of Georgia agriculture from the comfort of home in a new series debuting Saturday, Jan. 16, on Georgia Public Broadcasting channels statewide. Sponsored by Georgia Grown, the marketing and economic development arm of the Georgia Department of Agriculture, A Fork in the Road will give consumers a realistic look at food production in Georgia and put names, faces and stories to the people who produce it.

“Viewers will experience cattle ranches, dairies, orchards, farms, seafood operations, produce distribution, food manufacturing, restaurants, and much more through real-world examples and on-the-farm interviews,” said Matthew Kulinski, deputy director for Georgia Grown. “They will leave every video with an improved understanding of how their food is produced and its relationship to their lives.”

The first episode, Coastal Treasure, will premiere at 8:30 a.m. Jan. 16, spotlighting Georgia oyster and clam farmers and the researchers who support them. Episodes will repeat at 8:30 a.m. Sundays.

The series is produced by David Zelski of Georgia Traveler fame. Zelski’s experiential story-telling style will take viewers behind the scenes on various farm operations and show how the work is done in addition to telling how it gets done.

Zelski said he developed an interest in farming stories while filming agritourism operations for Georgia Traveler that sometimes put him to work farming.

“I love these stories because there’s so much passion in what they’re doing,” he said. “They’re great stories, the animals are quirky and fun. People who don’t see life on the farm don’t understand what goes into it and they don’t understand how fascinating it can be. This series will allow them to be outsiders coming in to learn this industry.”

A Fork in the Road will premiere on Georgia Public Broadcasting at 8:30 a.m. Jan. 16. Programs will repeat at 8:30 a.m. Sundays. Episodes will also be available at www.AForkintheRoadTV.com starting on Jan. 16.

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Initial episodes include:

Jan. 16

Coastal Treasure

Featuring Georgia oyster farmers, clam farmers, and the researchers who support them.

Jan. 23

Roswell serial. Cream of the Crop

At look at the innovators making Georgia one of the best states for dairy.

Jan. 30

Made in the Mountains

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An exploration of North Georgia farms and the pure waters that make them unique.