Topic: Farmer\\\\\\\’s Market
Nashville, TN – Tennessee Department of Agriculture says with summer winding down and many types of produce hitting their peak harvest in Tennessee, there has never been a better time to visit a farmers market.
Farmers markets still have an abundance of fresh tomatoes, squash, zucchini, peppers, and more at this time of the year. Many markets also offer hand-made artisan products, including soaps, essential oil blends, and beeswax items.
Clarksville Parks and Recreation
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Parks and Recreation’s Clarksville Downtown Market has been a success since its opening in 2009, so much so that it was voted the number one farmer’s market in Tennessee through America’s Farmland Trust, nine years in a row.
Don’t miss your chance to visit the Clarksville Downtown Market on its final day of the season from 8:00am to 1:00pm, Saturday, October 13th on Public Square.
Shop the fall produce and seasonal decor from more than 70 vendors and enjoy musical performances by Red River Breeze and Emma Feldman.
Clarksville Downtown Market
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Downtown Market is in the running to receive national recognition from American Farmland Trust, a national nonprofit dedicated to saving farmland for the next generation. Shoppers are encouraged to visit the market from 8:00am to 1:00pm, Saturdays on Public Square and then endorse the market by visiting the information booth or by visiting markets.farmland.org.
What you put on your fork matters. That’s the message behind American Farmland Trust’s seventh annual Farmers Market Celebration. The celebration calls on shoppers to help identify the best of America’s farmers markets. The summer-long event launched June 21st, 2018.
Tennessee Department of Agriculture
Nashville, TN – A stranger is just a friend you haven’t yet met, the saying goes. The same is true for the unfamiliar vegetables that will be showing up at farmers markets and in community supported agriculture (CSA) boxes this summer.
As the national movement toward eating more fresh and local produce grows, so does the need for more variety. Other, less nutritive foods are tempting if you grow bored with a limited roster of vegetables and recipes.
Clarksville, TN – The Saturday Clarksville Downtown Market sponsored by Clarksville Parks and Recreation is a place anyone would have a great time selecting the freshest of locally grown food—tomatoes, squash, peppers, greens, honey, whoopie pies, homemade ice cream, flavored lemonade, peaches, blueberries, baked goods (fried pies, cookies, fruit pies, and breads), raw milk cheeses, popsicles, homemade jams and jellies, eggs, steak specials, beef, rabbit, pork, sausage, Canadian bacon, eggs, kettle corn, broccoli salad,etc.
What you may not expect is the variety of other items offered.
Nashville, TN – A gift certificate from a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm can provide a year of fresh produce and other local foods. The person or family who receives fresh foods and a local farmer will benefit from a delicious, health-minded gift that meets a need and will be appreciated all through the year.
In a CSA, a farmer contracts with people in the community to provide them with a portion of the year’s harvest. Customers pay the farmer in advance, before the produce season begins, which allows the farmer to buy seed, fertilizer, fuel and other inputs necessary to farm for the year.
Clarksville, TN – American Farmland Trust’s summer celebration of farmers markets has ended and the Clarksville Downtown Market has been recognized as the top farmers market in Tennessee. The Clarksville Downtown Market also came in 19th in the Top 100 Most Celebrated Farmers Markets in America for 2014.
The I Love My Farmers Market Celebration encouraged consumers to pledge to spend $10.00 at their local farmers market. Each pledge honored our nation’s hardworking farmers, our community, and the Clarksville Downtown Market. This year’s celebration helped put more than $400,000 directly into the pockets of family farmers.
Pledge your support this weekend at the Clarksville Downtown Market; Donate School Supplies, Shop Fresh Produce
Clarksville, TN – Since its opening, the Clarksville Downtown Market has been a success- so much so that it was voted the number one market in Tennessee through America’s Farmland Trust, four years in a row!
Don’t miss your chance to visit the Clarksville Downtown Market this Saturday, July 26th, 2014 by stopping by the Clarksville Parks and Recreation booth and pledging your support!
Each pledge made for our market inches us closer to the number one market in the country as a part of the “I Love My Farmers Market Celebration™” hosted by American Farmland Trust.
Fort Campbell, KY – The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and Fort Campbell will celebrate the 2014 Week of the Eagles May 16th to 22nd.
This year’s Week of the Eagles will commence the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the 101st Airborne Division’s deployment to Vietnam. In keeping with tradition, activities will take place in May.
In 1973, then Major General John Cushman started the first Week of the Eagles in an effort to invigorate the local community and celebrate the Division’s combat readiness.
How would you like to find a Kate Spade purse for a dollar, a cordial carafe and six glasses for five dollars, or a couple of German steins for $20? That’s just a sample of the bargains that I have located at the Historic District Yard Sale in Springfield, Tennessee in years past.
This year’s gigantic yard sale is scheduled for Saturday, June 9. Almost every yard in the downtown historic district bordered by Fifth Avenue (the extension of Route 49 leading into Springfield) is covered with offerings. Come early to beat the crowds. «Read the rest of this article»
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