Farm Passport

The Farm Passport is your guide to discover Georgia, support local farms and experience fresh food. Grab your passport and let it guide you across the state to see the diversity of agriculture Georgia offers. 

The Farm Passport features over 90 farms included in Georgia Farm Bureau’s Certified Farm Markets program, which was created to help people discover where their food comes from, meet the farm families who grew the food, and create lasting memories with loved ones as they travel the state.

Farm Passports can be picked up at any of the participating farms or local Farm Bureau offices. You can also download the Passport here and print at home. 


Find a Farm

Get started on your Passport journey.

Thank a Farm

For farms you especially enjoyed visiting, let them know by thanking them with a special farm themed thank you card. To order a box set, visit


Hear stories from others who have used the Passport to make memories.

Recommended Routes

Check out some of the routes we have prepared that will guide you across the state.


Supporting Locally Grown Products


About the Farm Passport

How it works:

As you visit participating farms, ask the farmer to stamp your passport. The more stamps you receive, the more prizes you will earn! Keep in mind farmers are at the mercy of the weather.  Be sure to call or check the farm website/social media before visiting to make sure the farm is open.  Passports can be picked up at county Farm Bureau offices or at a Certified Farm Market.


Earn Prizes: 

  • All passports returned with at least one stamp will be entered in drawing to win a basket of favorite products from CFMs. ($100 value)
  • 5 stamps -Limited Edition T-shirt
  • 10 stamps – T-shirt + Awesome Ag Swag (Stainless-steel water bottle and additional surprises)
  • 15 stamps – Choice of product from Certified Farm Market (honey, pecan, or fruit jam) + Prizes listed above
  • 20 stamps -Full access pass farm tour with Farm to Table meal in spring of 2023 + All of the above
  • NEW: All stamps - The Traveler Jacket
  • The person with the most stamps will receive a RTIC cooler and an interview on Farm Monitor (Weekly TV Show with Ag News and Features) about their experience.


  1. Passports must be stamped between March 2022 – December 31, 2022.
  2. One passport allowed per person. One stamp allowed per person per farm. Must be present to get your passport stamped.
  3. Be kind & make a purchase. Remember the farm is their livelihood.
  4. Be sure to fill out your info in the passport to receive prizes.
  5. Deadline to submit Passport is January 7, 2023.


  • Georgia Farm Bureau has crafted some routes with fun stops crafted to maximize your farm visits and discovery of the state - Recommended Routes
  • When reading the maps, note the bold, white lines are interstate highways and the red lines are either U.S. highways (shields) or state highways (circles).
  • See the chart in back for expected months open of each farm

Things to Keep in Mind:

  • As you visit, share your journey with #farmpassport #gafarmbureau
  • The description of each farm is based off the primary things they grow. They have more to offer than what is listed.
  • Email for questions
  • There will be opportunities to win additional prizes and personalized farm tours. Follow Georgia Farm Bureau on social media to stay in the loop.
  • If you would like to receive quarterly emails of what is in season, farm events and recipes, email
  • All Georgia Farm Bureau members receive one extra stamp credit for being members. Not a member? Join today!

How to Claim Your Prizes: 

Mail in your passport by Jan. 7th, and we will return it to you with your prizes!

GFB Certified Farm Markets
P.O. Box 7068
Macon, GA 31209-7068






A letter from the coordinator:

We are sharing a reason to discover Georgia, support local farmers, and experience fresh food. The Certified Farm Market program is all about discovering where your food comes from and supporting those who make it possible. 

Your passport will guide you to traveling Georgia from interstate to dirt roads and from wagon rides to rocking chairs. The farms you visit will all be different in what they grow or offer, but the same in that they welcome you to experience what they do. 

As seasons change, Georgia brings a different flavor to the table. With over 35 types of fruits, vegetables and nuts grown in the state during different times of the year plus livestock, it’s easy to see why agriculture is the largest industry in Georgia. 

We at Georgia Farm Bureau are so excited for you to experience our favorite trade. As you travel, share your farm experiences with us using #farmpassport.  

Happy travels! 


Kelly Henry
Certified Farm Market Coordinator