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Georgia Grown Trail 17 is Georgia's newest agritourism highway. Running from Kingsland to Savannah, GA, Georgia Grown Trail 17 provides quality products produced right here in Georgia and is the coastal corridor for agritourism experiences.

The Georgia Oyster Trail showcases Georgia oysters, both farmed and wild. Georgia Grown Trail 17 is partnered with the University of Georgia Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant for this unique coastal experience connecting the seafood industry with tourism.

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Plan your next trip on the Georgia Grown Trails with the FREE Georgia Grown Trails App. 
App includes Trail 37, Trail 41/341, Trail 1, Trail 17 and Trail 27.

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Click on icons above to download today!

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Trail 17 Board Members Meet at Morning Belle Farms in Woodbine

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Chef Dave Snyder

Board Members:

• Sam McPherson, President – Potlikker Farm

• Patrick Holladay, Past-President
• Zack Gowen, Vice-President – Georgia Sea Grill
• John Parham, Treasurer – Morning Belle Farms
• Brandon Chonko, Secretary – Grassroots Farms
• Dave Snyder – Halyards Restaurant Group
• Karen Preble – Brackish Beer Company
• Kibby Jardine – Beachbum Bakery
• Amy Debreceni – Certified Catering
• Phil Graitcer – CDC Public Health (retired)
• Tina Ladson – Midway Museum
• Tanya Collier – Swallowtail Pines

• Jo Dawson – Child Nutrition Consultant

Trail 1 Trail Stops Featured on A Fork in the Road

Sapelo Sea Farms

Halyard Restaurant Group

Potlikker Farm & Georgia Sea Grill

Trail 17 Trail Stops Photo Gallery

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