Get Dirty!

Natural Born Tillers is dedicated to help you establish and grow something special. Whether you are a company looking to establish edible gardens, a small farmer starting out with a quarter acre, or you are scaling up to facilitate wholesale production, our services can help you understand and implement successful production and business practices that will optimize your success. 

In addition to our consulting services, we design, build and maintain commercial edible landscapes that promote teamwork within your company, reduce water and pesticide use, increase biodiversity and grow delicious food!

With over 10 years of experience in sustainable production agriculture, we can put our knowledge and resources to work in helping you establish a strategy that will allow you to concentrate on growing delicious, healthy food for your community and beyond. 

Schedule an initial consult today to determine if Natural Born Tillers is a good fit for your farm. Let's get growing.


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“I’m inspired as a business person on how do we do the right stuff. This right here, what Natural Born Tillers are doing, is the definition of the right stuff.”
— Chef Linton Hopkins - Delta Air Lines, Delta Gardens
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Cory Mosser

Cory Mosser

I founded Natural Born Tillers In 2014 after managing small organic farms around Georgia for almost 10 years. I am passionate about creating innovative farm projects that create lasting opportunities for new growers. In addition to in-the-dirt experience, I have also worked as a wholesale distributor, a co-op manager, a local retail grocer and a chef. Because of this dynamic experience, I am able to offer a unique perspective when it comes to planning and executing a new farm project, or improving an existing one. In addition to start-up consulting, I enjoy presenting to groups both small and large, and I have given talks at conferences around the South including CFSA, SSAWG, GA Organics, and The Sunbelt Ag Expo.   


Hightlights!

So excited to be mentioned multiple times in the Atlanta Journal Constitution! Always growing something special!

 
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