agritourism

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ag·ri·tour·ism

 (ăg′rĭ-to͝or′ĭz′əm) also ag·ro·tour·ism (-rō-)
n.
Tourism in which tourists board at farms or in rural villages and experience farming at close hand.

ag′ri·tour′ist n.

agritourism

(ˈæɡrɪˌtʊərɪzəm) or

agrotourism

n
(Commerce) tourism in which customers stay in accommodation on working farms and may have the opportunity to help with farm work
[C20: from agri(culture) + tourism]
ˈagriˌtourist n
Translations

agritourism

agri-tourism [ˌægriˈtʊəˌrɪzəm] ntourisme m vert, agritourisme m
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Also, even if you do think you'll eventually want large agritourist numbers, you can start small at first and gain experience to see if agritourism is a good fit for your farm-while adding a little income during the experimental stage, then growing gently to larger numbers over time if that's your ultimate goal.
Thus, the dilemma of sustainable development that faces all societies takes a peculiar twist in Poland where the `backwardness' may provide certain advantages (such as `green production' and agritourist possibilities) while at the same time denying Poland the same opportunities available to the already developed nations.
Puck's Farm (85 percent equity), a music recording studio and family of record labels located on a 170-acre agritourist attraction in Schomberg, Ontario, with facilities for film and television production; and Kingsborough Greenlight Pictures Inc.
Puck's Farm (85% equity), a music recording studio and family of record labels located on a 170-acre agritourist attraction in Schomberg, Ontario, with facilities for film and television production; and Kingsborough Greenlight Pictures Inc.
The plaza will complement the art galleries, restaurants, recreational businesses, farms and wineries that combine to make Palisade a destination for agritourists.
More than half of those agritourists engaged in "unplanned agritourism," in other words, their experience was spur of the moment, she said.