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Although it doesn't seem like it, spring is here.  We found this article from Sacramento Magazine that we want to share with our friends.  It links to various maps close to Sacramento that you can explore.  Thank you Kira O'Donnell for writing it! 

Warm weather is right around the corner, and it’s time to start planning some entertaining outdoor jaunts. Consider exploring a local farm trail, which offers you an opportunity to not only visit local farms (try bonding with your kids while plucking sun-warmed peaches straight from the tree, or petting an alpaca), but also to learn about other agricultural treasures, like small wineries, corn mazes, specialty nurseries and farm festivals, that may be located surprisingly close to home.

Regional farm trail maps differ widely in design, content and sophistication. At their most basic, the maps indicate the location of participating farms and show consumers which farms are offering which products. Local food artisans – cheese, honey, beer and bread producers, for example - may also be included on a farm trail map. Some feature product and event indexes, so consumers can locate specific items; others offer a handy harvest calendar so visitors know what produce is available on the trail at different times of the year.  Here’s a list of some excellent farm trail maps: (an University of California website which catalogs agritourism sites throughout California.)

49er Fruit Trail & Christmas Tree Lane

Apple Hill Growers Association

Calaveras Grown

El Dorado County Farm Trails

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Cliff Cottam Insurance encourages outdoor enthusiasts to get out and about.  Just remember to drive defensively when your driving to get there.  If you need an auto insurance policy or would like a review of your old one, contact us at (800) 807-6871.  Or, simply complete our online Auto Quote form.    
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