Agritourism

Cornfield near Murraysville, WV

Agritourism in West Virginia may refer to farm stays, in which guests are invited to vacation in many of the Mountain State’s exceptional farms, though it may also include purchasing produce, navigating a corn maze, picking fruit, feeding animals, or staying at a bed and breakfast (B&B) on a farm. West Virginia is part of one of the most verdant regions in the eastern U.S., and enjoys a healthy growing climate conducive to outdoor recreation throughout the year.

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West Virginia Agritourism News

Hilllsboro, WV, is located in the Little Levels of the Greenbrier Valley in southern Pocahontas County.

Abundant W.Va. land holds promise for agricultural prosperity

West Virginia’s abundant land holds promise for agricultural prosperity for the state and its people, according to Commissioner of Agriculture Kent Leonhardt. To ensure this...
Farm on Jordan Run Road, Grant County, Rick Burgess, Potomac Branches Region

Agencies, farmers markets to present state park dinners

Three state agencies have partnered with the W.Va. Farmers Market Association to host eight farm-to-table dinners in West Virginia state parks. Each will take...
A yellow spring flower blossoms on an Allegheny ridge top.

Spring ideal season to engage in West Virginia botanical events

I believe one of the best things about living in West Virginia is the opportunity to experience its cycles of growth. Whether in the...
Map of 2018 Maple Syrup Days events in West Virginia

“Maple Days” in W.Va. to celebrate increased production

The West Virginia Maple Syrup Producers Association has announced two statewide "Maple Syrup Days" to celebrate during the 2018 maple season, according to the...
Innovation is allowing W.Va. farmers to grow year round.

“Winter Blues” farmers’ markets set for Charleston, Morgantown

Just when it seems winter will never end, the W.Va. Department of Agriculture is hosting two farmers' markets to support growers and marketers whose...

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