Welcome to the 2019 Local Table Annual Resource Guide Seeing the countryside—the agritourism way! Discover the many varieties of farms to visit for fun and entertainment, food or education. Califarmia food truck spreads the gospel of local and seasonal food throughout the Nashville area. The non-profit A Greener World explains whatâ€TMs really behind our food labels. Check out the where and when of all of Middle Tennesseeâ€TMs farmersâ€TM markets. Honeycomb Collective spreads its sweetness throughout the Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market. Meet My Farmersâ€TM Market Manager: Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market manager Amy Tavalin wears a variety of hats, but she can always be found Saturdays welcoming customers to the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market. Meet My Herbalist: Carol Batey uses her own herbs and local hemp to create dynamic skincare products. What is a cowpea? Learn all about it at the International Cowpea Festival in East Tennessee. Farm stores are popping up on farms and roadsides throughout the region; check out Local Tableâ€TMs list of some of the more popular destinations. Meet My Farmer: Get to know Jen and Cliff Davis of Summertownâ€TMs Pig and Leaf, whose love of ecology and farming go hand-in-hand. What to do with all of that summer squash? Farmer Sally Yancey gives us her best tips on a variety of ways to enjoy the ubiquitous yellow vegetable. Meet My Winery: The owners of Northfield Vineyards have transitioned a century farm into a beautiful spot for events and their own winery of Southern wines. Discover some of Middle Tennesseeâ€TMs favorite artisan food and skincare producers. Donâ€TMt want to cook tonight? Check our guide of farm-to-table restaurants guaranteed to support our local farming community. Check out the calendar of events celebrating Tennesseeâ€TMs rich history of agriculture, music and more! Learn about some of our areaâ€TMs most important non-profits, who are making our community food-secure and a healthy place to live.