PONTIAC June 21 , 2018
Several local representatives were in South Hero, Vermont on June 21 to participate in the creation of an international agri-tourism initiative.
The CANAMEX international culinary trail is a proposed partnership between several businesses and municipalities in Vermont, New York, Ontario and Quebec.
The goal is to create the first international culinary trail that includes stops in each region that promotes local agriculture and tourism.
Each jurisdiction was represented by a number of local stakeholders who shared experiences about their own agri-tourism initiatives and brainstormed ideas for the proposed international route.
The Pontiac delegation included Pontiac MNA André Fortin’s political advisor Denise Morrissette, MRC Pontiac Warden Jane Toller, SADC Pontiac Director General Rhonda Perry and local farmeing guru Chris Judd.
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