Four CA Regional Agritourism Summits in February & March The University of California Small Farm Program and UC Cooperative Extension advisors in four California regions are working with local partners to organize Regional Agritourism Summits for everyone involved in California agritourism.

The Summits will be occasions for farmers, ranchers, county planners, the tourism community and others involved to share, learn, and plan together.

To register and learn more, please visit or contact UC Small Farm Program Agritourism Coordinator Penny Leff, 530-752-7779 or [email protected]

Just break the ice and be a decent person and it shouldn’t last long.

There are reports of some girls staying frigid throughout the appointment, but in my limited experience with these kinds of shops that hasn’t happened. You enter, pay a set fee to the guy working the counter who usually speaks decent English, then you’ll be taken to a bathroom where you have to brush your teeth and use some mouth rinse. Your girl will come in, sit down next to you and often set some ground rules.

Kiss Time (Sadang) – The easiest kiss bang of all to find.

This should help some of the readers who have had trouble locating places in the past. Walk a few meters and look for the Dunkin Donuts shop on your right.

If you are one of the roughly 500 property owners along the Lake and River, we urge you to join us as a member so you can learn more about our activities and add your voice to our ongoing conversation.

Location: Renfrew County: Within or bordering on the townships of Bonnechere Valley, North Algona Wilberforce, and Killaloe, Hagarty & Richards.

Each summit will be a participatory, all-day session with lunch provided.

Participants are invited to bring marketing and organizational information to display and share.

Presentations and discussion topics will include county regulations; marketing plans; social media and event organizing training sessions; itinerary development; liability; financing ideas foragritourism development; and more.