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Soil Festival 2019 – Food Well Alliance at Truly Living Well – May 4, 2019

soil festival truly living well food alliance atlanta 2019 A sign at the Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture - Collegetown Farm - Photo by Kelly Jordan
Note:  the great Soil Fest is adapted in 2021 to respond to Covid and will happen on May 21 and 22:
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A sign at the Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture - Collegetown Farm - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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A sign notes the schedule for the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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A group of musicians makes its way through the crowd at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Attendees at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Attendees stop for a snack at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Seen at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Seen at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Attendees in line for food at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Attendees interact with animals at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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An exhibitor at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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A group of musicians make their way through the crowd during the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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A group of musicians gathers at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Bill Bolling (right) Food Well Alliance Board Chair, poses with Tony Pearson-Clark at the 2019 Soil Festival - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Attendees gather for a farm tour during the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Seen during the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Kim Karris, former Executive Director - Food Well Alliance, speaks during the 2019 Soil Festival - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Volunteers and staff gather for a photo during the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Attendees purchasing popsicles at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Amy Hudson, Senior Manager of Donor and Public Relations - Food Well Alliance, Carol Hunter, Executive Director - Truly Living Well, and Kim Karris, former Executive Director - Food Well Alliance, at the 2019 Soil Festival - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Rashid Nuri (right), founder of Truly Living Well, with a guest at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Michael Halicki (right), Executive Director of Park Pride, with Ellen Macht and J. Olu Baiyewu at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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A group pauses for a photo at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Fun and games at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Seen at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Attendees participate in an activity at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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A vendor at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Attendees gather for a demonstration during the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Seen at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Bobcat earth movers seen at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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A display of Soil3 at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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A scene from the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Beekeeper "JR" and an attendee at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Attendees at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Bags of soil at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Beekeeper "JR" and Robby Astrove at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Seen at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Seen at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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A beekeeping demonstration at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
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Rashid Nuri, founder of Truly Living Well, with guests at the 2019 Soil Festival hosted by Food Well Alliance and Truly Living Well - Photo by Kelly Jordan
Kelly Jordan

Kelly Jordan, who has lived in Atlanta since 1968, attended Emory University before he and partners revitalized Little Five Points into one of Atlanta's most eclectic retail districts. In recent years, Kelly has been leading the Arabia Mountain Heritage Area Alliance, and he has been active with a host of environmental organizations. Decades ago, Kelly wrote architectural criticism for a weekly Atlanta newspaper, and his interest in natural and built environments is readily apparent in the photos he has been taking for SaportaReport.

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