Programs educate farmers and homeowners and other agricultural and horticultural producers on the latest management practices needed to solve problems and improve production and marketing. Programs also help Tennesseans protect the environment and improve the management, marketing and use of natural resources.



Bruce Steelman
614 Lehman Street
Woodbury  TN  37190



Agriculture and Natural Resource Programs and Information

BASF Engenia Checklist 

​ANR News from Around the State



​Burning Permits

Burning permits focus attention on the safe use of fire. From October 15 through May 15, anyone starting an open-air fire within 500 feet of a forest, grassland, or woodland must by law secure a burning permit from the Division of Forestry. Permits are not required for burning in containers such as a metal barrel with a ½" mesh screen cover.


To obtain a burn permit for Cannon County, call the TN Division of Forestry at 615-765-7373.






Agriculture Links & Resources







Tennessee Ag. Enhancement Program TAEP

Agriculture & Natural Resources