Recent Examples of agritourism from the Web
Ecotourism, adventure tourism, agritourism, and spiritual tourism are fast-growing trends.
These farm feasts are popping up from California to Vermont and are part of the growing agritourism movement.
Aiming to preserve farmland, the county hasn’t adopted Oregon’s agritourism-permitting program that lets farmers host commercial events.
Participate in agritourism Many sections of the country will be in a harvesting period over fall break.
More than 33,000 of America’s 2.2 million farms engage in agritourism, generating $704 million in revenue annually, according to the most recent estimates by the U.S. Agriculture Department.
More than 33,000 of America’s 2.2 million farms engage in agritourism, generating $704 million in revenue annually, according to the most recent estimates by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Founded in 1940 by Teruo Tanaka, an immigrant from Japan and Kenny Tanaka’s great-grandfather, the family ventured into agritourism and agritainment about 30 years ago with pumpkin patches and tours.
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Origin and Etymology of agritourism
First Known Use: 1978See Words from the same year
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