Events

  • Farm Stand Storytime

    10:30am

    In partnership with the Downtown Public Library, Crabtree Farms will be hosting a monthly Story Hour.

    Oct
    24
  • Find Local Food Downtown

    Where can you try fresh foods from local farmers, prepared by some of our region’s best chefs? Downtown Chattanooga of course! Check out the latest issue of the Downtown Local Food Map to get you there!

  • CSA Directory

    Find the right CSA for you!

  • TasteBuds 10% Challenge

    We’re challenging you to pledge to spend 10% or more of your total food budget on local food. Are you up to the challenge?

  • Pumpkin Smash: fall harvest festival

    10-4

    Join us for a smashing good time!

    Nov
    1
  • Urban Cultivators

    Want to reduce your family budget and eat healthier? Want to learn how to start your own garden? Or a community garden? Do you live in the center city of Chattanooga? Join us for the 2nd Urban Cultivators class! When: Mondays 6-8 pm | November 3, 2014 – February 16, 2015 Where: Grow Hope Urban Youth Farm | 1800 Roanoke Avenue, Avondale Join us for this 12-week course modeled after the Master Gardener program to learn all the basics of home or community gardening. Topics include: Garden design Soil fertility How plants grow Composting Growing vegetables and edible perennials (herbs, berries and fruit trees) Pest management and plant diseases Preserving the bounty Cooking with the seasons Urban gardening, community gardening and food justice Those who successfully complete the program will receive a certificate of completion. Participants will receive class notes and notebook for their own use. Click here to download the registration form. Please return your completed registration form to Brenda Trigg by Friday, October 24, 2014. You may email it to the email address below, or call and we can pick up. Questions? Comments? Please call Brenda Trigg at 786-202-3686 or email fairsharegardenBJT@gmail.com

    Nov-Feb
  • Year Round Farmers’ Markets

    Worried about finding local produce in the winter time? Allow us to help.

  • Winter Farmers Markets

    A number of local farmers markets are still hopping! Find one near you!

  • Food Preservation Classes Offered

    University of Tennessee Extension- Hamilton County is offering classes on canning, freezing, pickling, and making jams and jellies.

  • The new TasteBuds Local Food Guide is here!

    The first ever fall/winter edition is now available! Visit the Chattanooga Market THIS SUNDAY for your free copy!