Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Gary Black sat down with Georgia CEO this week to talk about how his office – and the agriculture industry as a whole – has evolved and adapted to the difficulties brought upon by the coronavirus.  Between using technology in new ways, figuring out how to keep key offices up and running, and maintaining the logistics systems that keep food on Georgians’ tables, the Dept. of Agriculture has survived and thrived.

Hear more from Black below – and for more insight on agriculture keep an eye out for our exclusive interview with U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue in the upcoming issue of James Magazine!  


Lost your password?