Agritourism engages the agriculture and tourism communities to foster connections through researched-based knowledge and education and seeks to strengthen the understanding of agritourism and farm-direct sales in order to help build financially viable farms, encourage sustainable practices and industry resilience through networks and educational resources.
Learn what's needed to start a farm stand business on your farm, from how to get land-use permits to make sure your farm stand is legal, to the details of the business, like developing a marketing plan and making road ...
Maud Powell, Melissa Fery |
Mar 2020 |
OSU Extension Catalog
Hosting tours on your farm or ranch not only provides additional income, but helps tell an important story about Oregon agriculture, rural communities and local food production. Below are key topics to consider when deciding whether or not to add farm tours to your business.
Agritourism is a type of farm-direct marketing. It allows you to increase income by giving visitors direct sales of products, education, entertainment, lodging and recreational activities. First and most important: You must have a ...
Learn more about The Spot, a seafood market and one of the usual tour stops on the Shop at the Dock program in Garibaldi. We talk with Kelly Barnett, the owner and a commercial fisherman, to learn more about what how ...
Learn more from Julia Wentzel of Food Roots about how you can access flash frozen, locally caught seafood in Tillamook County during the Covid-19 pandemic, and some ideas of seafood dishes you can make at home. Watch part one of this interview at https://media.oregonstate.edu/media/t/0_qqfvc3gv.
Meet Amanda Cavitt, the General Manager of the Garibaldi Portside Bistro. She shares her insights on keeping seafood on the menu during the COVID-19 pandemic, how they prepare their smoked albacore tuna melt, and her advice for learning how cook seafood at home.
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