Each week, we bring a selection of beautiful produce to the community at the Main Street Farmers Market, Rossville Boulevard’s Open Air Market, and our seasonal farm store located on-site at Crabtree Farms.

Farm Stand

A varied selection of seasonal Crabtree produce & products from other local farms and artisans is available on-site at the Crabtree Farm Stand! The Farm Stand is open every Friday and Saturday, 10am-3pm from April to November. All payment types are accepted including EBT. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for Farm Stand updates, U-Pick Availabilities and other important news.

Crabtree Farm Stand now carries Sequatchie Cove Farm eggs and meat from Cove Creek Farm.

Main St. Farmers Market

Now located @ the South Lot of Finley Stadium (at the corner of Chestnut Street & 20th Street) | Wednesdays, 4 – 6pm (Spring-Fall Hours) 4 – 5:30pm (Winter Hours) | EBT Double-Up Food Bucks program participant | Not all vendors accept Card payments, so bringing multiple forms of payment is advised.

Rossville/BLVD Open Air Market

Hosted by: The BLVD Project and the Rossville Downtown Development Authority–The City of Rossville and The BLVD Project are teaming up to host a series of outdoor community market events this summer. This event will provide a fun summer gathering for residents on both sides of the state line while also increasing access to local foods and contributing to economic development for the area.

  • WHERE: 207 Chickamauga Avenue
  • WHEN: The first Friday of June, July, and August | 4PM – 8PM
    (June 2nd, July 7th, and August 4th – 2023)
  • WHAT: Live music, local food / beer / wine vendors, and local artisans

Restaurants We Serve

Our produce can be found on the menus of these local businesses:

  • Bleu Fox Cheese Shop
  • Calliope
  • Common House
  • Flying Squirrel
  • Gaining Ground Grocery
  • Gate 11
  • Mac’s Kitchen and Bar
  • Main Street Meats
  • Neutral Ground
  • Spice Trail
  • The Woodshop

Interested in Our Wholesale Produce?

Whether you are a local restaurant or a local distribution center, we can provide you with fresh produce at a reasonable cost. If you are interested in partnering, contact us today.

Community Garden

The Crabtree Community garden is a space for all to learn and grow together. Participants can rely on the guidance and support of fellow gardeners, staff and experienced advisors.


The Community Garden space hosts 30, 4×8 ft beds filled with quality organic soil and additional shared plots for larger plants like corn, squash, watermelons and more! Hand tools, irrigation, soil, plants and some seeds are also provided for community use as well. Monthly potlucks are held and allow for community connection through the sharing of meals. Gardeners of all skill levels are welcome to participate, especially our neighbors in greater East Lake and Alton Park! Fill out the contact form for more information. We hope to see you soon!

Mary Navarre Moore Emerging Farmer Mentorship Program

Program Overview: The Mary Navarre Moore Emerging Farmer Mentorship Program is a 12-36 month program that aims to provide early-career farmers with land access and a well-rounded opportunity to learn sustainable farm management techniques and technical skills training, access resource linkages, and participate in community-building. Ideal candidates should have a strong commitment and desire to start a farming operation of their own. 

In addition to planning and working their designated land on Crabtree Farms, program participants are expected to attend quarterly educational farm tours, participate in program advisory sessions and volunteer at the Crabtree Farms seasonal farm stand once a month between May and November. 

Eligible Mary Navarre Moore Emerging Farmer Mentorship Program participants Must Meet the Requirements Below: 

  • Be at least 18 years of age  
  • Be available to work and maintain their designated farm land for a minimum of one year
  • Can commit to volunteering at the Crabtree Farms farm stand, once monthly, May – November
  • Willing to attend quarterly, regional educational farm tours
  • Demonstrate an interest in farming as a vocation 
  • Desire to drive programming through participation in program advisory committee meetings  
  • Be comfortable working in extreme weather including heat, cold and rain 
  • Have reliable transportation to and from Crabtree Farms
  • Complete the required pre, mid, and post program evaluations 

 Our Ideal Candidate:  

  • Has a serious interest in farming as a lifestyle and livelihood  
  • Possesses the physical and mental ability to carry out all farm-related tasks  
  • Has open and positive communication skills  
  • Is willing to take initiative and take on responsibility  
  • Show a commitment to sustainability and community building    

Applications are now being accepted through March 1, 2024.