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Fall foliage and farm tour coming up

| October 15, 2015

COSHOCTON – The Coshocton County Ohio State University Extension, Soil & Water Conservation District and Farm Service Agency will again sponsor a Drive-It-Yourself Fall Foliage and Farm Tour. The tour will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, and from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 18, in Coshocton County. This year’s tour will highlight the west section of Coshocton County. The tour will continue to focus on the history of the area as well as provide the opportunity for participants to have an up-close experience of a variety of agricultural enterprises along the tour route.

The tour will begin with the first stop and map pickup at The Animal Boutique & Villas, located just off U.S. Route 36, three miles east of Coshocton across from Super Wal-Mart. Tour maps will be available at this first stop from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday.

The 2015 fall foliage and farm tour will again have some outstanding stops for all participants, as well as providing an excellent chance to take in the beautiful autumn landscape of Coshocton County. Some features of the 2015 Coshocton County Fall Foliage and Farm Tour are a sheep farm, a therapeutic horse riding stable, longhorn cattle, Camp Echoing Hills, a dairy farm, Woodbury Wildlife Shooting Range and more. The lunch stop will be located at Camp Echoing Hills.

Tour brochures will not be available until Saturday morning at The Animal Boutique & Villas (23905 Airport Road, 43812) and we do ask that if you are planning on going on the tour that you stop there to pick up your brochure and map and to register. The tour is free, but donations are appreciated.

If you would like additional information regarding the 2015 Coshocton County Fall Foliage and Farm Tour please contact Tammi Rogers, OSU Extension- Coshocton County at 740-622-2265 or e-mail [email protected].


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