Delaware Lawmakers Seek to Expand Agritourism

The Associated Press reported last week that, “State lawmakers are seeking to promote agritourism in Delaware by expanding the definition of the word.

“State law defines agritourism activity as any activity that allows members of the general public to view or enjoy rural activities, such as farming, boating, picnicking and hiking.

“A bill introduced last week expands the list of agritourism activities to include microbreweries, distilleries, rural weddings, farm-oriented miniature golf, petting zoos, mazes, rodeos and other events and attractions.”

The AP article noted that, “The bill has been assigned to the [Delaware] House Agriculture Committee.”

For more background on Agritourism see this BartellPowell update from March 27th.

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