Haywood agritourism guide available

out buyhaywoodFrom farmers markets to roadside stands to U Pick farms to plant nurseries to historic preservation sites, Haywood County’s agricultural heritage is showcased in Buy Haywood’s recently released 2014 Agritourism Guide.


Recipes, photographs, maps and a full calendar of farm and heritage-related events are all included. 

“The guide is an invitation to explore our vibrant community of agripreneurs — where heritage meets modern convenience,” says Tina Masciarelli, Buy Haywood project coordinator.

Buy Haywood is a project of the Haywood County Economic Development Commission and financially supported by the Haywood Advancement Foundation, with support from other community partners, including the Haywood County Tourism Development Authority. The guides are free and available at any Haywood County Visitor Center and at other venues around the county. 

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