Fall foliage and farm tour draws more than 1,000 people

| October 18, 2021

Shiloh Kinzel’s family brought animals for a petting zoo that people on the tour could enjoy. (Josie Sellers)

The pre-dawn showers of Saturday morning Oct. 16, brought cooler fall temperatures into the region which allowed for a very pleasant 50th Coshocton County Fall Foliage & Farm Tour this past weekend. A total of 1,346 people attended this year’s tour which featured the southeastern townships of Franklin, Linton and Lafayette. Attendees traveled from seven states and from 29 of Ohio’s 88 counties to participate in this year’s event.

This year’s tour featured: LB Porteus Farm, Fallon Park, Wills Creek Dam, YOLO Winery, Thunder Valley Precision, Derr Farms Inc, and Schumaker Farms. The lunch stop was held at the Plainfield United Methodist Church co-hosted with the Isleta United Methodist Church.

The Fall Foliage and Farm Tour is sponsored by OSU Extension, Coshocton Soil & Water Conservation District and the Farm Service Agency. These agencies thank all the tour hosts and volunteers which made this year’s tour a success and the Coshocton County Agricultural Society for allowing the fairgrounds to be used as the map pick up location.


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