Wednesday, April 16, 2014
This year, my Economic Development Clinic has been working with rural communities interested in using agritourism to assist small farm survival. The projects have proven a really interesting source of legal issues, many of which were unexpected to me. I tried to highlight some of those issues in an op-ed I published today in the Idaho Statesman. A copy of that op-ed is attached, and also available here (the headline is not my own, but the rest is). Many of the legal issues I mention are relevant elsewhere as Idaho's laws on agritourism are similar to most other states.
Stephen R. Miller
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