Mark your calendars for the 2018 Farm and Ranch Tour set for Saturday, June 9! Locations this year are Rocking R Bar B Miniature Herefords, Blue Oak Farm, Summerland Farm and Indigeny Reserve.
Here are a few of the opportunities for your touring pleasure: Local food, beer and hard cider tasting. Horse riding demonstrations. Miniature Herefords. Gardening and Bonsai Tips. Sustainable produce, garden and animal farms. Beautiful cider distillery and apple orchard. Shopping! Visit with Horses Heal, Inc. and Rose Wolf Wildlife Rescue.
The FOTC Farm & Ranch Tour is FUN for the WHOLE FAMILY!
As usual, you drive to each Tour location: Download Tour Brochure with Map at 2018 tour brochure.
Other participants in the Farm and Ranch Tour are Eric Davis of Industrial Food Works who will be cooking up yummy samples at Blue Oak Farm. Also at Blue Oak Farm – Bear Tent Brewery will be serving samples of their quality beer. Horses Heal Inc. will be at Indigeny Reserve to educate folks on how horses can positively affect one’s psyche. Also at Indigeny visit with Rose Wolf Wildlife Rescue. Al’s Bonsai will be at Summerland with their beautiful bonsai and tips on how to take care of them. You can buy a delicious meal at Indigeny Reserve where Chef Dave Ingram will be cooking up locally grown fare. Rocking R Bar B Miniature Herefords will have snacks.
Tour hours are 10AM to 4PM. Tickets on sale now: $10 in advance, $12 day of event and are available at this website or at Community Thrift Shop, Stockton Road in Sonora, All That Matters in Twain Harte, Nature’s Whole Food Depot in Standard, and at Columbia Nursery in Columbia. Also available at Sonora Certified Farmers Market which begins May 19. Buy tickets the day of the event at YOUR FIRST TOUR STOP. Those 17 years old and under get in free!
Thank you to our Tour Sponsors: Brooklyn Heights West Orchards, Community Thrift Shop, Downtown Shoes, Front Porch, Inc., and Tuolumne Market.
Special THANKS! to Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau who is partially funding the Tour through its Matching Grant program.
As always, thank you to University of California Cooperative Extension for its continued support.
For more information regarding the Farm and Ranch Tour e-mail [email protected] or call 209-928-3775.
Note: your tickets will be available at your first tour stop – doesn’t matter which one you go to first. Best to print your confirmation, but your name will also be at the ticket table. When purchasing on-line please be sure that you get all the way to the pay screen, submit your credit card and see your confirmation.
ENJOY THE TOUR!