The administration announced details of the new $14-billion-dollar Coronavirus Food Assistance Program, or CFAP2, that will provide direct payments to farmers to partially offset COVID-19-related losses. Find a complete breakdown of the program here.
It is imperative lawmakers hear from the agriculture community when making decisions in Nashville and Washington. We encourage you to share your story and take action on regulations and legislation affecting agriculture.
Our organization offers various programs for you to be involved with. From helping out at a local farm day to competing for the Young Farmer of the Year award to serving at the Ronald McDonald House, each volunteer member is integral to our reach across Tennessee.
Our goal is to provide a better way of life for rural Tennesseans and our members. As a valued member of our organization, you will find value again and again in our large network of discounts and offers available across the state and beyond.