Tennessee's farmers markets are poppping up everywhere--even in the heart of Tennessee farm lands. You'd think that in areas where many in the community still farm and grow gardens....Learn More
If "blackberry winter" is a chilly spell in April, then the blackberry winter of 2013 lasted all April long. Tennessee's wet, cool spring certainly gave blackberries plenty of water and time to grow....Learn More
The Pick Tennessee Products website www.picktnproducts.org is now host to a "live" equine resources map that links visitors directly to 196 different equine hot spots across the state....Learn More
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture promotes local produce and products and ensures safe and dependable food and fiber for all while conserving our natural resources. Farming and forestry not only preserve a time-honored way of life, but they also fuel the state's economy. Agricultural production generates more than $2.8 billion annually in farm cash receipts and nearly $300 million generated by timber sales. The Department touches the lives of Tennesseans everyday through the food we eat, the fuel we pump, the clothes we wear, the wood products we use and the land we enjoy.