Keep Williamson Beautiful and Stormwater Management are inviting all community members to a stream cleanup at Dry Branch Wetland in Franklin on Saturday, Nov. 16, starting at 8:30 a.m.
Farmers don’t need sunshine to produce abundant food. Ideal growing conditions can be duplicated indoors, using lights.
Oranges, lemons and limes are members of the genus Citrus, which is part of the rue family. The fruit is native to southern Asia, Malaysia and Australia.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Department of Agriculture has appointed a Samantha Beaty as state veterinarian and assistant commissioner for animal health.
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) is now accepting grant proposals for projects that will help improve water quality and reduce or eliminate nonpoint source pollution.
Williamson County 4-H sent 11 state 4-H portfolio finalists to the Tennessee 4-H Roundup held at the University of Tennessee to compete in project interviews. Four of the students came home as 4-H state winners in their main project.
For the past two months, experts with the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture and Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency have held several workshops on Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), answering questions from the public and sharing information. One final workshop is scheduled for Tu…
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture recognized some of its top faculty, staff, researchers and extension experts at UTIA’s annual Awards and Promotions Luncheon held on the UTIA campus in Knoxville August 2, 2019. Many of the awards are gifts made possible…
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture is announcing the appointment of Kenneth Kim, D.V.M., D.A.C.V.P. as director of the C.E. Kord Animal Health Diagnostic Laboratory (KAHDL).
The Franklin Tractor Supply Company store will host a backyard poultry event on Aug. 10, providing customers the opportunity to learn how to care for and manage an at-home flock.
The University of Tennessee Center for Profitable Agriculture, in cooperation with the UT Manage Program, will offer a workshop for farmers who want to learn how to create and use spreadsheets to evaluate their farm records.
The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture has named Don Hodges, currently the James R. Cox professor of forest economics and management, to lead the Department of Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries.
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Division of Forestry will provide access to federal grant funding for communities and volunteer fire departments to be better equipped for wildfire.
TIME Magazine’s Show of the Year, “Matilda the Musical,” is coming to Franklin as part of the Act Too Players professional company, ATPRO.
The Franklin Farmers Market hosted its ninth annual Tomato Festival on Saturday, with 10 participating farms competing in the categories of heirloom or standard tomatoes.
Landowners looking to conserve and maintain forests can now place orders with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture Division of Forestry (TDF) for tree seedlings at the East Tennessee Nursery in Delano, Tennessee.
The Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program (TAEP) is announcing new options and changes to better assist Tennessee farmers in diversifying, expanding and improving their farming operations.
Blühen Botanicals and the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture are pleased to announce an agreement to conduct hemp production research.
Beef cattle producers, fruit and vegetable growers, and Tennessee landowners should save the date for the Steak & Potatoes Field Day on Tuesday, Aug. 6.
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) is advising homeowners and gardeners to monitor their rhododendron plants after detecting a disease that kills plants, trees, and shrubs.
An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the University of Tennessee has been awarded a $40,000 grant to collaborate with the nonprofit Resource Capture to develop a more sustainable way to manage the booming Nashville metropolitan area’s organic wastes and, in the process, provide a va…
Landscape contractors, designers and nursery producers should mark their calendars and plan to attend two hydrangea workshops offered by the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture.