Is Agritourism Right for Your Farming Operation?

— Written By Kelli Miller
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Agritourism

Join us for our Agritourism Workshop Series. This virtual 4-part series will define agritourism, help participants determine if their personality is suited for agritourism, as well as examine pricing, marketing, legal issues, and developing a business plan.

Each 1.5-hour session will include presentations from extension agents and specialists, panel discussions including small business consultants, credit service consultants, and farmers currently in the agritourism business.

This is a virtual program but we are offering a limited number of spots to watch this program in the Community Room in the Clay County Community Servies Building.

The dates for the workshop are January 5, 12, 19, and 26, 2021, from 1–2:30 p.m. For more information contact Lisa Gonzalez, Clay County’s CED/AG Agent, at 828-389-6305 or lcgonzal@ncsu.edu

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