BCS Specialized Tractors & Attachments Now at Atlanta Community ToolBank
By Kara Daniels, Territory Manager for BCS America.
Through efforts made by a team of organizations who found each other via this year’s Aglanta Conference, the Atlanta Community ToolBank has acquired two BCS all-gear driven, walk-behind tractors and several attachments for the community’s gardening and landscaping needs. The ToolBank’s mission is to “share its resources with charitable groups so they can equip volunteers to efficiently complete work in less time with the right tools at a minimal cost.”
We at BCS are so thrilled to be providing these specialized tools to the urban growers of the great city of Atlanta. This could not align more with our goal to increase productivity and reduce the physical effort required to accomplish your outdoor tasks and projects. As long-time supporters of local food production, we could not be more pleased with this contribution to the Atlanta Community ToolBank.
BCS offers more than 40 interchangeable attachments for farming and landscaping needs, from our rotary plow for building raised beds to our flail mower for shredding cover crops to our high-powered pressure washer, one of the best features of these tractors is you can build your fleet of attachments up over time. These tractors are compact and perfect for small spaces such as market gardens, hoop houses, and urban farms!
Eastpoint Equipment, aka BCS Georgia, is Atlanta’s local BCS dealer and facilitated this process from beginning to end. Leah, who runs the business, is an advocate for all things BCS and was so excited to play an integral role in getting a BCS into the hands of Atlanta’s urban farmers. BCS Georgia is a great resource for demonstrations, equipment purchasing, parts, and repairs.
We are all proud to play a part in providing people with healthy, local food choices. The right tools can make a world of difference. We look forward to seeing the great growers of Atlanta using their new BCS equipment this Spring and Summer!
Kara Daniels, Portland, OR
I became a Territory Manager for BCS America in July 2018. My territory covers the Southeastern and Midwestern United States. I was born and raised in the great state of Alabama, where I spent summers helping my grandmother in her garden. This gave me a love for growing my own food and a desire to help others to do the same! BCS is a great company with a great product, and shares my passion for localized food production.