Georgia Korean American Farmers Association is a non-profit organization formed in Atlanta in March of 2019 by 15 Korean-Americans interested and working in agricultural industry.
We wanted to improve agricultural productivity by sharing farm operational information and technology.
In specific, as our association works closely with the USDA:
First, to improve agricultural productivity through education.
Second, to improve the environment by maintaining awareness.
Third, to train the next generation of farmers.
Fourth, to develop and apply conservation friendly farming methods.
Fifth, to contribute to the development of the local communities.
Sixth, to promote members’ rights and interests, and relationships with each other.
In the future, we want to actively respond to whatever the circumstance may be and become the best professional agricultural organization through continuous self-development.
In turn, we will also enhance and strengthen the rights of our members.
We pursue an association that always openly communicates in agricultural language.
Thus, we always welcome the sharing of ideas with all individuals and organizations with an open mind.