Ready for food and fun? Rural Resources has teamed up with the Dogwood Park Concert Series to present a fabulous time on Sunday, August 21 from 4 to 7:30pm at Dogwood Park (located directly behind Tusculum View Elementary school at 1725 Lafayette Street in Greeneville.)

The event is FREE.  Now why, you might ask, is RR teaming up with our Dogwood Park friends? We at RR are all about connecting EVERYONE to local food and we figure music and fun and food all go together.  It's as simple as that.

Food line up: shishkabobs with juicy chunks of local beef and yummy local veggies cooked right in front of you on the grill, ice cold watermelon, and lots of water, lemonade and tea!

Gettin' down to the music:

Richard Spain & “WA WA” Bean classic countrylogo: TN Arts Commission...changing lives

The Fugitives pop country

Tim White & the VW Boys bluegrass, talking banjos, laughter

The Roys from Nashville, TN: Brother and sister Lee and Elaine are on their way to the top with good, old fashioned, honest music that will touch your heart.

For the kids:corn hole, watermelon seed spitting contest, egg on the spoon races, hog calling contest. Prizes.

Our sponsors: Tennessee Arts Commission, East Tennessee Foundation, Gateway Ford, Tri City Beverage, The City of Greeneville, Greeneville Parks and Recreation, Graysburg Hills Farm, Snapps Ferry Packing, Pop Corn Video, and a host of volunteers who make this event possible and FREE

Praise for The Roys from the Prescription Bluegrass Blog...

Read more...

 

"Now what was your favorite part of Farm Day Camp?" we asked. And goodness gracious we got answers! "Milking Bella is the best!" said Mikey, 7. Claire who is 8 agreed, "Milking Bella the Cow!" "I like to chase chickens!" added Brilee who is 9. "Fishing" was the answer given by Liam, 5.  "Creek!" shouted Autum, 8.  Lindsey,8, chimed in with "Holding cute fluffy bunnies!" Christian, 6, and Sadie, 9, agreed! Hayden, 6, said, "Feeding the goats!" Abbey, 6, said, "I like the pigs.

I liked feeding them." Isadora, 8,said, I liked doing projects and I liked it when we helped put up the farm animals." Other highlights included quacking ducks, wiggling worms,

churning ice cream, visiting Brights Zoo, eggs in desk drawers--what? yes!  Another (hot) summer of memories at Farm Day Camp!  Hooray for Nick & Meg for leading a great summer of FUN!

Learn More About What We Do!


"Where can I purchase local food?" you might ask...we say, "Right here, through the Mobile Farmers' Market!" The Mobile Farmers' Market delivers produce from the Rural Resources Garden, the Farm and Food Teen Training Program, and local growers in East Tennessee!

Think fresh, juicy fruits! Think vegetables full of life and taste! Think flavorful, nutritious meats like beef, pork! Think delicious, homemade casseroles, pies, and pizzas. The great thing about the Mobile Farmers' Market is the convenience.  We deliver to the City of Greeneville. Even better, when you buy meat, veggies, and other products from Rural Resources, you are supporting hard working farmers, as well as Rural Resources work do connecting children, teens, and adults to the land and the food that sustains them.

To see what's available, click here.  We accept all major credit/debit cards as well as SNAP  benefits.

Coming Soon: we will run a regular route with a variety of fresh veggies for $5.00/bag! Check back for updates.

If you are a local food producer looking for an innovative market to get your quality items into the hands of customers in Greeneville, let us know! E-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get an account set up.

Don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you have. We look forward to serving you!

You are here:Home Sample Category Rural Resourcefulness Blog