Welcome to the Agrihood
Agrihoods, short for "agricultural neighborhoods," are residential developments that are designed with a focus on integrating agriculture and sustainable food production into the community's fabric.
The concept of agrihoods has gained popularity in recent years as a response to growing interest in sustainable living, local food systems, and a desire for more connected and meaningful community experiences.
In agrihoods, the traditional layout of suburban housing is combined with various elements of agriculture, such as community gardens, orchards, vineyards, and small-scale farming operations. The goal is to create a symbiotic relationship between residents, the environment, and food production.
In Southeast Georgia, at the foot of the Okefenokee National Forest, one such trend has taken root.