WELCOME TO THE IMO MARKET GARDEN!
Iron Mountain Organics was established 2019 in Canton, GA. We celebrate the flavor and health benefits of growing food with a respect of our environment by embracing the wonders of natural ecosystems. Join us in the movement to understand where our food comes from and how we can be co-conspirators with nature.
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