FREE Event Free Admission Free Parking No Appointment Required Gates will open at 11 am and close at 4 pm each day Join us the last weekend in September as alpaca farms across North America open their gates to the public. Experience alpacas up-close Feel the alpaca fleece Tour the farm View live demonstrations Learn about raising and breeding alpacas Shop for alpaca products Enjoy ...
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Join us for SeedFork of The Highland's 2018 Celebration of Local Foods Farm to Fork Dinner! This year's theme is "Local Food Heroes," and at the dinner, one local farmer and one local chef will be honored as local food heroes. This dinner will include a four-course meal composed of seasonal and local ingredients prepared exclusively by chefs and farmers from the Upper Cumberland. Guests will ...
TAA Quarterly Meeting is December 1, at 2:45 pm CST. LOCATION: East TN, specific location TBD.
TAA Quarterly Meeting is May 2, at 11:00 am CST. LOCATION: This meeting is an online virtual meeting. A link to register to participate will be emailed to TAA members.
The PickTN Conference is scheduled for February 16-18, 2017. LOCATION: Cool Springs Marriott 700 Cool Springs Blvd Franklin, TN 37067 Don’t miss this opportunity to participate in educational sessions, tradeshow and networking with producers from across the state.
TAA Quarterly Meeting is November 30, at 12:00 pm CST. LOCATION: Red River Farms 5350 Draper Road Springfield, TN 37172
TAA Quarterly Meeting is August 2, at 2:45 pm CST. LOCATION: West TN UT AgResearch and Education Center 605 Airways Blvd Jackson, TN 38301
Deadline for early registration is January 29th. After that the cost goes up $25 and you can no longer register online, you will be required to register on-site at the Knoxville Marriott. Please do not miss out on this opportunity! Don’t miss this opportunity to participate in educational sessions, trade show and networking with producers from across the state. There’s no such thing as “just a f...