For Producers

Finger Lakes Farm Country is a regional agritourism program that combines agriculture and tourism to promote the abundance of agricultural resources in the southern Finger Lakes. Through a collaborative approach to marketing and promotion, the program creates a memorable brand for agritourism attractions and businesses in the area, while showcasing educational and recreational activities for visitors to the region. In an effort to sustain local farms and create an environment for entrepreneurism, Finger Lakes Farm Country will promote the region’s abundant agritourism resources through a variety of marketing strategies. The Finger Lakes Farm Country region includes the counties of Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben, Tioga, and Yates.

Interested in Joining?

Or if you have questions about Finger Lakes Farm Country please contact Kevin Peterson at or call 607-936-6544

Finger Lakes Farm Country Marketing Resources

Finger Lakes Farm Country Agritourism Partners Guide

Learn How to harvest success using the Finger Lakes Farm Country brand to drive customers to your business.

Finger Lakes Farm Country Promo Flyer

Print this PDF flyer to hang in your business to help promote Finger Lakes Farm Country.

Agritourism Resources

We’ve assembled a list of resources for you to learn more about agritourism and getting involved with Finger Lakes Farm Country.

Getting Started in Agritourism

A Cooperative Extension guide on how to begin, what visitors expect, customer relations, income streams, liability, marketing and other useful resources

Guide to Farm Direct Sales Platforms

While markets, restaurants, and other food distribution channels close or reduce operations to prevent the spread of COVID-19, farms
across the country have expressed interest in using software platforms that support direct sales to consumers in their communities. This publication highlights product options and sales models that farmers may find helpful.

General Farming Resources

Cornell Small Farms Program Resource Guides

These original publications detail various aspects of the business of farming. Published by the Cornell Small Farms Program, these guides were created in partnership with educators, researchers and others.