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If you are a Registered Agritourism business and aren't on our list, please contact Kelsey Wendling.
The Kansas Agritourism Promotion Act was signed into law in 2004. The purpose of the act is to promote the growth of the agritourism industry in Kansas.
Proper planning is the key to starting a successful business. This checklist can serve as a guide for planning.
Register your Agritourism business with the Kansas Tourism.
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Kansas Agritourism Frequently Asked Questions
The farm experiences in Kansas are almost as diverse as our landscape! For those who like to relax, enjoy a sip or two at a Kansas winery or…
Farm to table, farm to fork, locally sourced…whatever you call it, know that it will be farm fresh, local and keep you wanting more.
Are you in search of a healthy variety of quality local farm fresh produce along with a mix of value added products such as baked goods…
Ready to learn more about the Kansas Agritourism Program? Or maybe you're ready to dive more into the limited liability that the program provides? We're answering all of your questions in this handy document.