Still Farming at Still Hollow Century Farm in Greeneville
Nestled in the hills of the Appalachian Mountains along the banks of the Nolichucky River in Greeneville, Still Hollow Century Farm is a picturesque scene.
Still Hollow is a designated Tennessee Century Farm, meaning it has been continuously owned and operated by the same family for more than 100 years. In fact, the farm dates all the way back to 1857, when James Allen Sr. established the original farm of 560 acres.
Today, Jay and Ann Bidwell farm approximately 180 acres of original land and host many events throughout the year, such as farm-to-table dinners and semi-annual vintage barn sales. The Farm Bureau members also have an ag education program, where visitors can learn about farm life and how it has changed and evolved over the years, as well as facts about farm crops and methods of farming.
Visitors can also take a tour of the Allen House, a historic home that has remained in the family for five generations, or host a wedding or other special events on the farm’s grounds.
To learn more about Still Hollow Century Farm, visit stillhollowfarm.com or call (423) 638-3967.