Dora Ann Hatch

Dora Ann Hatch, statewide agritourism coordinator with the  Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, plans, implements and evaluates programs in agritourism and value-added agricultural products related to agritourism operations. She also serves as the NW Region Market Maker coordinator.
The LSU AgCenter is proud to partner with the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry in a Louisiana agritourism initiative to provide economic development and cultural opportunities for our farms, ranches, forests and working lands.

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LSU AgCenter
Agritourism Coordinator
11959 Highway 9
Homer, Louisiana  71040
Phone: (318) 927-9654
Fax: (318) 927-4139


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6 Introductory articles were found for Dora Ann Hatch

Agritourism - A New Agricultural Business Enterprise

Agritourism is a business venture on a working farm, ranch or agricultural enterprise that offers educaitonal and fun experiences for visitors while generating supplemental income for the owner.


Agritourism Best Management Practices & Plan of Operation


This publication contains the definition for the plan of operation for an agritourism venture in Louisiana, and suggests best management practices for agritourism professionals to follow to minimize their risks. A copy of the plan of operation is included in this brochure.


Agritourism Fact Sheet

Agritourism is a business venture located on a working farm, ranch, or agricultural enterprise that provides an "experience" for visitors while generating supplemental income for the owner.


Agritourism Fact Sheet - Tips on Direct Marketing

Growing fruits and vegetables for some farmers is easy compared to selling the produce through farmers' markets, community supported agricutlure (CSA) or road-side stands where earning customers' trust and loyalty is important. Winning over customers can take time, but can be financially rewarding. This fact sheet provides some suggestions for marketing your produce to customers.


Resource Guide for Agritourism Entrepreneurs Fact Sheet

This guide contains Web addresses and reading materials helpful to agritourism entrepreneurs.


Twelve Things to Consider When Starting an Agritourism Business

This fact sheet provides a step-by-step approach to starting your agritourism business.