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Tour De Farms, Madison County
Saturday, September 22, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)
Hit the road and support local farmers on Saturday, September 22nd!! Tour De Farms is a scenic bike tour of Madison County with three loops, approx. 10, 20, 40 miles, all starting and ending at Critz Farms in Cazenovia. Riders will be invited to visit a few farms along the way for water and snacks and then enjoy a Tour De Fork lunch back at Critz Farms, featuring Empire Buffalo and other Madison County products & shop at a farmer’s market. In addition to lunch, Tour De Farms tickets include free entry to Critz Farms’ Fall Harvest Celebration, a chance to win door prizes, & Tour De Farms giveaways.
Registration will be from 8-9 AM on Saturday, September 22nd!! Tickets can be purchased at the door - please bring cash or check--- on the day of the event or online until 12 AM midnight on the day before the event.
Note, the free entry to the Fall Harvest Festival only applies to Tour De Farm participants who arrive together and riders must arrive to Critz Farms before 10 AM to avoid paying the entrance fee.
Tenative start times:
- Longest Route: 9:15 AM
- Middle Distance Route: 9:30
- Shortest Distance: 10 AM
Stay tuned to http://madisontourdefarms.com for more details!
All proceeds will go to Madison County Agricultural Economic Development at Cornell Cooperative Extension (http://madisoncountyagriculture.com/). Contact Beth McKellips at 315.684.3001 x126 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions!
When & Where
Agricultural Economic Development @ Cornell Cooperative Extension of Madison County
Tour De Farms was created by the Agricultural Economic Development (AED) program of Madison County’s Cornell Cooperative Extension to highlight the bounty of food grown in Madison County during the fall harvest as well as the area’s scenic beauty. One of the goal’s of the AED program of Madison County is to nurture economic development that benefits Madison County farmers, including creating new market opportunities for farmers to reach broader markets and building their customer base through Buy Local events such as Open Farm Day and Tour De Farms.
All proceeds will go to Madison County Agricultural Economic Development at Cornell Cooperative Extension (http://madisoncountyagriculture.com/). Contact Beth McKellips at 315.684.3001 x126 or email@example.com with any questions.