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New Agritourism Monitor Farms

New Agritourism Monitor Farms

New Agritourism Monitor Farms

The search is on for two new farming families to become Scotland’s next agritourism monitor farmers!

Anyone with an interest in farming, rural tourism and food and drink is invited to come to the launch event for the new agritourism monitor farm programme taking place on at Briarlandsfarm by Stirling on Monday 28 January from 2.45pm to 6pm. The event will allow anyone interested in either applying to become the monitor farmer or interested in becoming part of the community groups who attend each meeting, to find out more from the last monitor group about what is involved.

Agritourism businesses who took part in the last programme, both as Monitor Farmers and as part of the Community Group will talk about the changes in their business over the past 5 years.

One of the new agritourism monitor farms will be in the East Central area of Scotland and one in the West. Although the monitor farmers must come from within one of these areas, those attending the meetings can come from anywhere in Scotland.

Further information on the full details of the event, and a link to register can be found here https://agritourism-monitorfarm.eventbrite.co.uk

The online application to be one of the two new Monitor Farmers is now open and can be found herehttps://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/agritourism-monitorfarmapplication

Please get in touch with Caroline Millar, Facilitator via  caroline@agritourism-monitorfarm.com for further information.

Click here to register online for the Launch & Information event for new Agritourism Monitor Farmers on Monday 28 January in Stirling.

Click here to apply online to become the new Agritourism Monitor Farmer

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