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International Workshop on Agritourism

Pre and Post Tours around Vermont

August 28 - 29 and  September 2 , 2022

Origins of Food is excited to be partnering with the International Workshop on Agritourism Planning Committee to welcome people from around the world to the Green Mountain State and showcase a wide variety of Vermont farms and food producers.

We will be hosting a series of day trips departing from Burlington with a variety of themes (see below). These tours will showcase the very best of agritourism in Vermont with a variety of farms, food and fiber producers. With a focus on small and medium scale working farms, it is important to us that we compensate farmers and producers for their time, which is reflected in the ticket price.


Fill out this form to let us know which tour(s) you want to add your name to and we'll be in touch with payment options.


These tours are now open to the public! You do not need to be attending the IWA conference to join a tour.


Sunday August 28th, 2022

GOOD FOR: Everyone! Small business owners, families, permaculture enthusiasts and anyone looking to learn about community-centered agritourism practices. Hands-on workshop, beer tastings included.


GOOD FOR: Those who want to learn about promoting regenerative practices through a range of agritourism opportunities including on-farm meals, educational workshops, farm stands and tasting rooms. Cider, mead and salumi tastings included. 


Monday August 29th, 2022

8:15 AM - 6:30 PM

GOOD FOR: Anyone and everyone. This tour has a little of everything; a fiber felt workshop, maple, cider, gelato and cheese tasting, pick your own fruit, and alpacas and lambs to meet!



Friday September 2nd, 2022

9:00 AM - 6:30PM

GOOD FOR: Craft beer and cider enthusiasts who enjoy leaving the highways to search for the best brews and flavors surrounded by gorgeous Vermont landscapes. This program visits some of the highest ranking breweries in the world! Tastings at each location are included.

"I have learned more than I could ever learn in a lecture hall."

- Katie F., Oregon

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