Agritourism Resource Centers and Small Farm Centers
- Agricultural Tourism, University of California Small Farm Center, University of California, Davis – This site provides information on managing an operation, a review of agritourism in Great Britain and New England, and a database of agritourism operations.
- Agri-Tourism Resources, University of Minnesota Tourism Center – This site provides an extensive set of resources specifically addressing agritourism as well as other tourism topics.
- Cornell University's Small Farms Program – This program responds directly to the needs of farmers, researchers, organizations, farm advisers and consumers by providing research results, publications and educational programs on small farm topics.
- Institute for Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, Utah State University – This site provides resources, publications and outreach.
- The Missouri Alternatives Center, University of Missouri-Columbia – From agri-tourism to verimculture, the MAC LinkList covers hundreds of alternative agriculture topics.
- The Natural Resource Enterprises (NRE), Mississippi State University (MSU) – This program was established in the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries and Cooperative Extension Service at MSU to educate NIP landowners in the Southeast about sustainable natural resource enterprises and compatible habitat management practices. The Natural Resource Enterprises Program is focused on effectively delivering information to landowners and community leaders that will encourage informed decision-making regarding the management of land and enterprises.
- Tennessee Agri-tourism Initiative, Center for Profitable Agriculture, University of Tennessee, Tennessee Agritourism Initiative: Turning Small Farms into Big Opportunities, USDA Rural Development and TDA Market Development 2003-2005.
- Vermont Tourism Data Center Resources – This site provides agritourism resources, trends data and fact sheets.
- Tourism and Community Development: Resources and Applied Research Clearinghouse, University of Wisconsin-Madison Extension – This site provides useful resources and publication sections on agritourism.
- Texas A & M University Extension Recreation, Tourism and Parks Deapartment – This Web site provides access to numerous e-tools, publications and resources (publications and videos) about nature/eco-tourism. Our goal is to assist people who are interested in nature tourism as a potential business enterprise or community development program.
Links checked May 2012.