Episode 106. Agritourism on Your Farm

In this episode, Felicia Bell, agriculture specialist with NCAT’s ATTRA sustainable agriculture program, has a conversation with Tracy Galloway, of Galloway Family Farm near Ocean Springs, Mississippi, about how to add value to an existing farm through agritourism.

Tracy is a third-generation family farmer who began to transition his farm to a tourist destination three years go with tours, education, special events, and products for sale. Felicia Bell is located at NCAT’s Gulf States Office in Jackson, Mississippi.

Related ATTRA Resources:

Entertainment Farming and Agritourism

Agritourism Promotes Local-Goods Purchasing

Tips for Selling With: Agritourism and “Pick-Your-Own”

Other Resources:

Iowa State University resources and risk-management for agritourism

Galloway Family Farm – Facebook page

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