Peace and love,
Feeling a little sluggish lately? Well you may have low iron. Many times folks think that the best way to address that concern is by taking iron pills. However many of those pills will cause the body to be constipated. The best way to get your iron supplement in is in liquid form and one of the best sources is food grade Georgia red clay that can be purchased at some of your local health food stores and online.
During this holiday season as we are giving thanks for all that we have been blessed with, as we are celebrating in giving and receiving, let us remember those who are not as fortunate. Let us remember those who are sick and shut in. Let us value our blessings even more, because we have the opportunity to celebrate! Many of you know that my dad has played a big part in my life's success. He is transitioning slowly and painfully now to the realm of the ancestors. I'd like to ask you to join me in prayer for him and our other loved ones who are passing to the other side. May they transition in peace and dignity, in love and gratitude...
SEVANANDA ~ Atlanta's Favorite Natural Foods Market now carries a variety of Tassili's Raw Reality KALE WRAPS!
We are here! We finally made it! Our wraps from Tassili's Raw Reality Cafe’ are available to you Atlanta right here at Sevananda Natural Foods Market!
We’re off to see the Wizards, The Wonderful Wizards of Raw… food that is! It’s that time again for the Wonderful Wizards of Raw: A Raw Foods Extravaganza!
It’s what we’ve all been waiting for! June 6th from 11- 8 pm and June 7th from 11- 7pm brings us together again to explore, affirm and celebrate the Raw food Movement. Yes, it really is a movement, a live-ity/ lifestyle, a commitment to life!
Tenisio Seanima is a familiar (and beloved!) face in the Atlanta Good Food scene. His agricultural roots run deep—his Great-Grandfather August Long farmed in Texas well into his 80s, which inspired Seanima to be a graduate of the inaugural class of HABESHA, Inc.‘s Urban Grower program. He later moved on to establishing and managing the sales department for Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture.
Tenisio’s business acumen led him to establish ASILI Goods, an online grocery and food-service delivery company. Tenisio's most current appointment is as the Farmers Services Coordinator for Georgia Organics (GO) where he assists Georgia's farmers with providing local organic food to the families and institutions that desire it. His current project with GO is to develop the first state-wide training program for beginning farmers and ranchers.
Eugene Cooke began working in the urban agriculture movement in Southern California. He was baptized in urban gardening with a full immersion mentorship with Adonijah Miyamura El in Los Angeles developing Food Forestry at Crenshaw High school.
Rashid provides expert leadership in farm to table operations and urban agriculture. Rashid possess nearly 40 years of experience in both industrial and organic agriculture where he has managed public, private and community-based food and agricultural businesses in over 30 countries. Through his travels, Rashid has observed and learned valuable information about local food economies. His experience includes managing farms in excess of 13,000 acres as well as more than 12 years in management with agricultural giant Cargill. In addition, Rashid served four years as a senior executive in the Clinton administration as Deputy Administrator of the Farm Service Agency and Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Rashid is a graduate of Harvard College where he studied Political Science. He holds a M.S. in Plant and Soil Science from the University of Massachusetts.
Contact Rashid by emailing email@example.com
Ebrima Ba hails from the Senegambia in West Africa. He currently lives at Amata, behind the Land Trust on Nelms Ave. A prolific photographer, street journalist and film maker, in his work he chronicles activist communities of color.
FOOD, CLOTHING & SHELTER is a revolutionary work of film that connects the problems of hunger and homelessness in America to self-sustaining movements in Atlanta. If food comes out of the earth, and we can build shelter with our own hands, why are so many in our country without food and shelter?
JUNETEENTH ATLANTA PARADE & MUSIC FESTIVAL (JA) 2015 is coming and it’s gonna be off the chain!! An enlightening and positive experience for everyone, including a children's pavilion, a genealogy service, a cultural village that offers family activities, an Arts & Crafts Market and a 4-day Music Festival. We are setting up for an entire month of Juneteenth acknowledgements, lectures, church and school visits, parties, dinners and celebrations. Please support our effort! Families especially are getting involved with this phenomenal movement to clean up the community and have an event that celebrates the awesome achievements of African Americans. We invite everyone to come and join this movement!!