The Globe and Mail newspaper has published a positive report about Norfolk County’s agritourism experiences.
“Norfolk County is one of the most biologically and agriculturally diverse regions of Canada. The land, 1,600 square kilometres nestled on the north shore of Lake Erie in southwestern Ontario, is characterized by rolling hills, charming small towns, rare Carolinian forest and soil so sandy it’s hard to identify where the beach ends and farmland begins.”
‘soil so sandy it’s hard to identify where the beach ends and farmland begins’
‘food-savvy southern Ontarians … spend the weekend in pretty farm country on a … local food, wine, beer or cider tour, or cycling between farms and restaurants before glamping on the shores of Lake Erie’
Many thanks to writer Ron Johnson for this excellent article.