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LOGAN, Utah (AP) — Cache County officials are considering an ordinance that would facilitate farms that want to become agritourism hot spots.
The Herald Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2bOMg7T) that the Cache County Council is taking another look at a proposal to allow agricultural lands to obtain conditional use permits for recreational activities without a full rezone.
Council members say they recognize the growing trend of farmers catering to tourists.
They say they are still trying to figure out how to regulate farm-to-table businesses.
County planners say current code would require farmers rezone their property for commercial business.
Farmers say that having to do that could shut them out of business.
Information from: The Herald Journal, http://www.hjnews.com
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