Tennessee farmers who grow fruits or vegetables and have received Good Agriculture Practices (GAPs) certification are eligible to receive reimbursement for costs related to certification...Learn More
Certified organic producers can apply to TDA for a 75 percent cost share up to a maximum of $750 to help defray costs related to receiving and maintaining organic certification...Learn More
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture will soon accept applications for the USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant Program....Learn More
Those Easter baskets are often filled with candy and colorful eggs. However, there is one type of gift you should avoid during the holiday--baby chicks and ducklings...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. The Department touches the lives of Tennesseans every day through the food we eat, the fuel we pump, the clothes we wear, the wood products we use and the land we enjoy.
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture prohibits discrimination against persons based on their race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. Any person alleging discrimination based on a prohibited basis has a right to file a complaint within 180 days of the alleged discrimination with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture and/or the Tennessee Human Rights Commission. For more information contact Nakisha Easley, Title VI Coordinator at 615.837.5167. Title VI Complaint Form.