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Agritourism Operations and Liability Concerns this Fall Season

Ginger S. Myers
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Mastering Marketing - July 2020

With so many concerns for the Fall agritourism season, here is an informative podcast that helps outline how to mediate some of the risks of hosting events this Fall season. While Marylanders must follow Governor Hogan’s mandates about group gatherings, staying informed about how vendors in other states are addressing Covid-19 protocols for group gatherings can help make more informed decisions as the Fall season approaches.

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The University of Maryland Agricultural Law Education Initiative has an excellent library of articles. These articles address the legal concerns of Agritourism enterprises and their liability risk.

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