Deadline EXTENDED till Monday, April 15, 2013 Line-up announced by April 17th
Examples of farm descriptions “Specializing in quality culinary and medicinal herbs, produce and grass-fed lamb, xxxxx Farm focuses on sustainable production of heirloom and heritage varieties. Visitors will enjoy the opportunity to tour the garden, peek at the bottle lambs, and take a hayride into the pasture to see rare Tunis sheep. Guests won’t want to miss xxxxx Farm’s herbal snowcones!”
“xxxxxx farm is the ideal stop for introducing kids to barnyard animals, where there are many varieties that can be seen up close. Adult visitors will gain an appreciation of the benefits of locally raised meats.”
“Ever met a Tennessee fainting goat? A pint-sized dexter milk cow? These and other old heritage breeds are featured at xxxxx Farm, a small operation raising food for our family, neighbors and a few restaurants. Also see an herb and perennial garden and everybody’s favorite animal: pigs.”
“You may have seen our sauces, pesto, preserves, and vegetables at area tailgate markets. On the farm, see our organic gardens, greenhouses, winemaking process, and tomatoes grown for saucemaking using a hydroponic system. Visit chickens, tour our yurt, or picnic by the pond.”
Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture (BRWIA) is dedicated to strengthening the High Country's local food system by supporting women and their families with resources, education, and skills related to sustainable food and agriculture.