Agritoursim Workshop Series: January 2021

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Barn and pumpkinsAre You Interested in Expanding Your Farming Operation to Include Agritourism? If you answered yes, this online workshop series is for you.

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.

TUESDAYS FROM 1–2:30 p.m.
JANUARY 5, 2021
JANUARY 12, 2021
JANUARY 19, 2021
JANUARY 26, 2021

Is Agritourism right for your farming operation? NC State Extension Tourism’s work with small farms across the state reveals that many small farmers report high interest in receiving visitors as a strategy to earn additional income, selling farm products to the visitors, enhancing customer relationships, and even involving guests in some helpful farm work. In addition, many small farms want to increase their direct to consumer sales, whether to members of neighboring communities or to tourists visiting the area.

Each1.5 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.

Register through Eventbrite!

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