2020 Farm Fresh Appalachia Farm Tours Farm Application
Applications need to be submitted by March 2, 2020
This is a free event for participating farms.
The Northeast TN Tour will take place on Saturday, June 20 from 1-6 pm (times may vary)
The Southwest VA Tour dates and times are to be determined. We will have a finalized date in November 2019.
Participating counties in each state will depend on the number of farms per county.
We prefer to have at least 3 farms within a 15 minute to driving radius to create a "Farm Tour Cluster." This will not disqualify you from participating, just be aware your visitor count will be lower if you are in an isolated location.
If your farm is chosen, you will need to be able to provide two volunteers minimum to help you the day of the tour.
Please be aware that many factors play into creating the farm tour. Not all farms may be accepted.
For more information on the TN Tour, please contact Rachel Wheeler/
For more information on the VA Tour, please contact Lindsey Felty/
Farm Address (including City, Sate and zip code)
Farm website or social media link
Briefly describe your farming operation. Please include what your farm produces and what visitors can expect to see. *This will be used in marketing publications if your farm is chosen.
Which of the following do you plan on offering if selected for the Farm Tour?
On-site farm product sales
Pick Your Own
Public Restroom Facilities (not required)
What kind of parking can you offer guests? *Having off road parking is required.
The Farm Fresh Farm Tours are brought to you in partnership with the Appalachian RC&D Council, Appalachian Sustainable Development, the North East TN Tourism Association, and Jonesborough Locally Grown. Funding is provided through a Farmers Market Promotion Program grant from the USDA.
For questions about the Farm Fresh Farm Tours and the Farmers Market Promotion Program
In TN, please contact Rachel Wheeler:
In VA, please contact Lindsey Felty:
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