Open house at farm for those with autism

There will be an open house at Full Spectrum Farms, a Jackson County-based farm serving people with autism, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 19.

Full Spectrum Farms features a renovated farmhouse, barn, chicken house and garden. It is located on 34 acres in the Wayehutta community. There will be refreshments, small group tours and a question-and-answer session for families of individuals with autism.

The farm is on Wayahutta Road off of Old Cullowhee Road. Bear left at the fork and Full Spectrum Farms is on the left.

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