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Piedmont Farm Tour
April 24 @ 2:00 pm - April 25 @ 6:00 pm
The Annual Piedmont Farm Tour, by the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association, connects guests to local farmers and farm sites in multiple counties. Some farms will open at 12pm, for a fun way to kick off the tour. Make sure to visit these Chatham County farms:
Black Tulip Alpaca Farm
Copeland Springs Farm
Granite Springs Farm
It’s a time of celebration, as the annual tour is in its 25th year; details to follow, including a link to purchase tickets, the interactive Google Map, and a link to register as a volunteer.
Farm visits include pasture-raised livestock farms, baby animals, fiber demonstrations, hayrides, farm equipment on display, an award-winning cheese dairy, locally-grown and fermented pickles, newly established orchards, food trucks, locally grown hops, a farm with a brewery on site, and organically grown produce farms. The tour is self-guided. Bring a cooler to take home farm fresh products for sale. Pets not allowed. The tour takes place rain or shine.
Tour 45 local, scenic, and sustainable farms in Alamance, Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Johnston, Orange, Person, and Wake Counties. Discover the delicious meat, dairy, mushrooms, fruits, and veggies produced in the Piedmont!
– Advance passes are $30 per car for ALL farms, ALL weekend.
– CFSA Members save $5 in advance.
– Day of registration is $35.
– You can just visit one farm for $10.
Your button is your car pass – good for a full carload of people.