Do you grow food? Do you make artisan foods? Do you have chickens with eggs for sale? Are you a beekeeper? Do you own a food truck or restaurant? Do you sell plants? Do you sell freezer beef/pork? Are you involved in agri-tourism or have a u- pick farm? Does your organization provide food relief?
Register in the 2020 Food Guide for FREE HERE.
Not sure if you are registered? Verify your information HERE.
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The NWTN Local Food Network’s Local Food Guide is a FREE directory of locally produced foods and family farms in Northwest Tennessee. Whether you are a backyard gardener, small-scale farmer, or large scale farmer – all are invited to register for FREE. Residents throughout the region use the guide to find family farms, farmers markets, wineries/distilleries, restaurants, food artisans and bakers, farm stores and stands, farms to visit, u-pick farms, CSAs, animal products, beekeepers, processors, food trucks, locally featured food in restaurants, locally owned plant vendors, and food relief organizations.
Any business or organization mentioned in the categories above are invited to fill out the FREE registration form for a BASIC listing on the upcoming Northwest Tennessee Local Food Guide 2020 by Friday, February 21, 2020 online at: https://nwtnlfn.org/food-resources/.Personal addresses will not show on the listing, but it is needed to mark your business on the regional map.
For more information or to feature your business with an ad which will help support the printing costs to produce the guide, please message us through our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/NWTNLFN/ , call Samantha Goyret (731-281-4770) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Northwest Tennessee Local Food Network is a local nonprofit organization from Martin, TN that supports farmers and agri-producers serving as a catalyst for a thriving and equitable local food system that is accessible to ALL. This year’s 2020 NWTN Local Food Guide will be distributed throughout the 9-county region of Northwest Tennessee in May 2020. Registration is due by February 21st.