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Wednesday, 27 July 2011 14:36

Map leads the way to Haywood farm spots

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The new 2011 edition of the Haywood County farm map and brochure has been released.

The new publication lists more than 40 locations to buy locally grown plants, produce, Christmas trees, and more. The featured sites include farm stands, plant nurseries, tailgate markets, trout farms, and places where you can ride horses or go on a llama trek. A calendar of farm-related events is also included in the brochure.

“The map and brochure has something for everyone,” said George Ivey, who coordinates the Buy Haywood project, which promotes local, high-quality farm products to community-minded consumers. The brochure is available at the Haywood County visitor centers in Balsam, Canton, and Waynesville; the Haywood County and Maggie Valley Chambers of Commerce; and Haywood County Cooperative Extension. You can also view and print a copy online at www.buyhaywood.com/farmmap.

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