Cullman County Farm-City Tour

Agriculture: Stewards of a Healthy Planet

Come join us on October 27th for a tour of a special community - Cullman County

The message our local Farm City Committee wants to communicate through this tour is a greater understanding of how food, fiber and renewable resource products are made, and through that understanding, build a growing appreciation for the contributions of Cullman County forestry and agriculture as a:

• source for safe, abundant and affordable products

• positive force in the local, national and global economy

• vital part of meeting the growing global challenge of hunger

Farm-City Tour

Thursday, Oct. 27th, 8:30am-3pm

Civic Center, 5th Street Southwest, Cullman, AL, United States

The day will start with a stop at Goat Island Brewery followed by a tour of the Drummond-Sparks Beef Cattle operation. We will head over to Camp Meadowbrook’s beautiful new facility for lunch and a tour of the Soil and Water Conservation’s “agritainment” trailer they are using to teach school children the value of conservation and agriculture. Our last stop will be Simcoe Wood Products to tour their facility.

If you want to attend contact Ashley Graves at the Cullman County Economic Development office. Her phone number is 256-775-4696 or email her at . Seating is limited and there is a charge for lunch ($11). Please let her know of any dietary restrictions you may have.

Farm-City Tour Schedule

8:30 am - Depart from Cullman Civic Center front parking lot

8:45 am - Tour Goat Island Brewery

10:15 am - Tour Drummond - Sparks Beef Cattle Farm

12:00 pm - Camp Meadowbrook - Lunch and Facility Tour

1:30 pm - Tour Simcoe Wood Products

3:00 pm - Arrive back at Civic Center