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July 19 - GA Rep. Jeff Jones to Host Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies to Celebrate the new “Georgia Grown Trail”

Brunswick Business Journal Staff Report

July 19, 2018 - In an effort to celebrate a major milestone in Georgia’s agriculture industry, Georgia State Representative Jeff Jones, District 167, is hosting ribbon cutting ceremonies along Coastal Georgia’s U.S. Highway 17 as the part of the official, “Georgia Grown Trail”.

Representative Jones will take a tour of Southeast Georgia to celebrate the newest “Georgia Grown Trail” on Tuesday, July 24. He will make a stop in each of the six counties along its path (Camden, Glynn, McIntosh, Liberty, Bryan, and Chatham).

The new trail is a border-to-border route spanning U.S. Highway 17 on Georgia’s 100 mile coast starting near Kingsland, GA, to the GA/SC state line at Savannah, GA. The trail’s goal is to get visitors off the interstate and into the lesser known areas that bear rich history and agriculture. The Georgia Grown Trail is a representation of Georgia’s booming agri-tourism and aqua-tourism industries: winding through miles of family-owned farms, pristine hunting plantations, state parks, farm stands, seafood and farmers’ markets, fishing charters, and shops and restaurants that sell Georgia grown products.

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