High Country Farm Tour

Meet your local farmers. See where your food is grown!

About US
Since 2006, Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture has hosted the High Country Farm Tour to strengthen our local food system by: connecting producers and consumers, educating the public about sustainable food and agriculture, and providing farmers with opportunities to increase their income.

We believe that by providing community members with opportunities to visit local farms, connect with farmers, and learn more about growing food sustainably, we can create an educated consumer base that supports and advocates for locally-owned and operated farms and businesses.

Our Products
Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture would like to invite you to participate in the High Country Farm Tour this summer. The Farm Tour is an annual event that connects consumers and producers and educates the community about the importance of local food and agriculture. There are a variety of learning experiences, activities, and products at the farms that offer fun for the whole family, such as Against the Grain’s biodynamics and seed-saving workshops, Apple Hill Farm’s animal-loving atmosphere, and Landmark Farms Paca Palace Fiber Shop. In addition to the farms, we have some other exciting extras including Lil’ Locavore Activity Books for kids, and a farm tour photo contest. For ticket sales and more information please visit our website: farmtour.brwia.org.

The High Country Farm Tour features at least 20 farms each year. See the website (farmtour.brwia.org) to learn how to attend the tour and featured farms.

Hours of Operation
Hours and dates vary throughout the year. Visit FarmTour.brwia.org for updated information.

Web Site

Here's where you can find our products
The Farms on the tour feature products at: The Watauga County Farmers Market, Ashe County Farmers Market, On-farm sales, Bare Essentials, area restaurants, and more!

High Country Farm Tour
BRWIA Program Coordinator
171 Grand Blvd
Boone, NC 28607
Phone: 8283861537

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