- Author: Margaret Gullette Lloyd
A professional development workshop for agricultural and tourism professionals, agritourism leaders and government staff and officials
Would you like to assist farmers and ranchers in your region develop and promote successful agritourism enterprises?
We invite you to apply to participate in a FREE two-day Professional Development workshop offered by agritourism trainers and expert partners at University of California Cooperative Extension and funded by Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (Western SARE).
Dates: November 14 - 15, 2017
Times: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. each day
Location: UCCE Yolo County, 70 Cottonwood Street, Woodland, CA 95695
This training will include a full-day tour of agritourism operations in the beautiful Capay Valley. Day two will feature interactive sessions led by expert trainers with tools and resources for developing agritourism workshops and other agritourism support activities for agricultural producers in your region. A similar (but Southern California focused) workshop is being planned for January 2018 in San Diego County. More news on the SoCal workshop soon.
Please click here to apply for the Yolo County "Teaching and Supporting Agritourism" Workshop to be held in WoodlandTuesday November 14 through Wednesday November 15, 2017.