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'''A Rough Outline''' -- This is the beginning of an overlooked area of tourism on Wikitravel, which is funny considering it represents a worldwide phenomenon and a multi-billion dollar industry. Please help me add some actual content to this topic. Thanks! [[User:WineCountryInn|WineCountryInn]] 00:54, 14 January 2009 (EST)
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This is the beginning of an overlooked area of tourism on Wikitravel, which is funny considering it represents a worldwide phenomenon and a multi-billion dollar industry. Please help me add some actual content to this topic. Thanks! [[User:WineCountryInn|WineCountryInn]] 00:54, 14 January 2009 (EST)
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In my first pass through this travel topic, I am scrounging the Internet for interesting primary source agritourism sites and museums. To avoid the appearance of "link spam," my second pass through will format with addresses, phone numbers, even directions if I can swing it. I'm adding descriptions wherever I can. I am trying to take a global perspective on what I link and write about, so that the article doesn't focus solely on North America. If you know of an interesting agritourism web site or museum, please add it to the article! [[User:WineCountryInn|WineCountryInn]] 16:55, 16 January 2009 (EST)

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A Rough Outline

This is the beginning of an overlooked area of tourism on Wikitravel, which is funny considering it represents a worldwide phenomenon and a multi-billion dollar industry. Please help me add some actual content to this topic. Thanks! WineCountryInn 00:54, 14 January 2009 (EST)

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In my first pass through this travel topic, I am scrounging the Internet for interesting primary source agritourism sites and museums. To avoid the appearance of "link spam," my second pass through will format with addresses, phone numbers, even directions if I can swing it. I'm adding descriptions wherever I can. I am trying to take a global perspective on what I link and write about, so that the article doesn't focus solely on North America. If you know of an interesting agritourism web site or museum, please add it to the article! WineCountryInn 16:55, 16 January 2009 (EST)