Pick TN Products

We are a part of the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, which means that we are a non-for-profit service dedicated to connecting people everywhere to Tennessee farms, farmers, farmers markets and all the great things that come from our farms and food businesses. We do not charge anyone for our services or generate income for any agency. 

Right now, Pick Tennessee can help you find about 2,500 individual Tennessee farmers and farm-direct businesses who list almost 10,000 farm products! Use Pick Tennessee on the Web, Facebook and Twitter to find anything fresh, local, fun or festive related to a farm.

From produce to pumpkin patches, from honey and handmade soaps to farm direct cheeses and artisan chocolates, from farm-milled corn meal to making meals with our seasonal recipes, you can live local better with Pick Tennessee.


Town of Nolensville

Welcome to the town of Nolensville, Tennessee.  We are a quaint community, almost a village really, with fun shopping, award-winning restaurants, great schools, ball parks and rural fields.  Our historic downtown area is being revitalized as we speak with utility upgrading projects to enhance our businesses.  Our main shopping area is also in the process of being redeveloped.  Because of our convenient location from Brentwood and Nashville and our favorable property values, many families are choosing to move to Nolensville at a steady and controlled pace.   Many of our long time residents have families who have lived here for nearly 200 years but we also have a significant amount of folks who have lived here five years or less.  Our government is efficient, our community safe and our people friendly. People drive from all over to eat at our famous restaurants and shop at our antique stores.  We invite you to come visit us.  Come, get a taste of our country town and maybe you will want to be a part of our family too.


The Nolensville Historical Society

With the 1972 Nolensville Elementary School building being utilized as the new recreation center for the community, the Nolensville Historical Society took a look at saving the structurally sound building of the 1930's which served first as a school for many Nolensville residents.

At a well attended public meeting at Jenkins Cumberland Presbyterian Church in December 2009, many enthusiastic suggestions were made for restoration of the building for eventual use as a community center.  The intended use would not duplicate the Williamson County Recreation Center.

The Historic Nolensville School was added to the National Register of Historic Places in March 2012; a very proud day for the Nolensville Historical Society and a great day for the Nolensville community.