Considering AgriTourism on Your Farm or Ranch?
Hepler: “Our mission statement is empowering Colorado producers to build and diversifying economic strength through agritourism.”
If you are interested in learning more — there are three regional events in the next several days that will share a wealth of information with attendees. Tomorrow in Eads, Wednesday in Greeley and then Thursday in Brighton. Although each meeting will vary — they will include local experts and representatives from across the state address topics such as how to monetize your agritourism or heritage business, insurance, zoning, marketing, public relations, tax credits and more. Hepler continues with some of the resources available on their website coloradoagritourismassociation.org
Hepler: “There are resource pages on there that has that checklist for assessing your property. It has something on developing a farm stay. Some safety tips and several pdf handouts that they can download and peruse at their convenience.”