To stay in business, selling the rural life
Updated: 2011-07-03 08:27
By William Neuman (The New York Times)
Agritourism is appealing to many because it may reduce a family's need for off-the-farm jobs. Visitors pick strawberries at a ranch in Watsonville, California. Photographs by Noah Berger for The New York Times
The agritourism movement is fueled in part by city dwellers who want to experience life in the country. A farm in Watsonville, California.
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