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Ontario cranberry farm masters the art of agritourism

In the heart of Bala — the Cranberry Capital of Ontario — the Johnston family offers visitors a wide selection of experiences centered around the tart fruit. Johnston's Cranberry Marsh has been in the family since the 1950s. The Johnstons are some of the province's...

source: By Julia Gilmore
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Joseph Cotter of Mason Station LLC has asked to meet with the Wiscasset Board of Selectmen to discuss the potential for transforming the former Mason Station power plant and surrounding properties into a marijuana tourist destination. The developer's request was made as...

source: Bangor Daily News

Denver is known as one of the best beer cities in the country. According to Ashley Taufen, communications manager for the city's tourism bureau, Visit Denver, there are more than 100 breweries in the metro area, and the number grows each week. Zeyna Aouad, social media...

source: U.S. News & World Report via Yahoo

Regan Pourchot learned how to raise the perfect Christmas tree when he was a kid. His dad started a business in the 1950s and Pourchot helped him out during the summers, shearing each tree into the shape desired by winter buyers. They cut down the trees in November and...

source: Wisconsin State Farmer

Wine makers in the Okanagan and the rest of British Columbia will soon be able to put more information on their bottle labels. Regulatory changes support the process of making official sub-geographical indications easier. "Today's announcement is a game-changer," Minister...

source: Global News

Four new Chef Ambassadors will spend the coming year promoting South Carolina's culinary heritage. The four – William Cribb of Cribb's Kitchen and Willy Taco in Spartanburg; Amy Fortes of Flipside Café in Fort Mill; Adam Kirby of Bistro 217 in Pawleys Island;...

source: The State

"Boot scootin" brings to mind a fun country line dance. Today we'll meet a rural Kansas family who began with a boot scootin' barn and grew their enterprise into a remarkable agritourism enterprise. David Corbin is the fifth generation owner of Fulton Valley Farms in Butler...

source: The Mercury

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