The Southwest Georgia Project for Community Education hosted a fresh food mixer in Albany for two noble causes: to connect local farmers with the community and to encourage healthier eating habits. SWGP aims to establish a steady flow of fresh food options in a community that often lacks them. Click here to read the full article, written by Jon Gosa for the Albany Herald.
SGP plans to convert the facility into a farmers market and food hub As reported in the Albany Herald: ALBANY — An affiliate of Phoenix Investors, LLC, based in Milwaukee, will donate a former Albany Winn-Dixie grocery store to Southwest Georgia Project for Community Education, Inc. (Southwest Georgia Project) next Friday. The building is located near intersection of Radium Springs Road and E. Oakridge Drive. The gift, valued at $2.35 million, will give the Southwest Georgia Project, which is a non profit organization that advocates ... Read More