Colorado Heritage & Agritourism Committee

The Colorado Heritage and Agritourism Program celebrates Colorado’s agricultural roots and rich cultural heritage. This innovative concept creates unique and authentic opportunities for visitors to step off the beaten path and engage in a myriad of culinary, heritage and agricultural offerings.

A strategic planning process for these Colorado agritourism and heritage programs was undertaken in the fall of 2012 and completed in April of 2013 (below).

Strategic plan >>
Strategic plan appendices >>

CHAMP Program

As part of the Colorado Tourism Office’s efforts to raise awareness of and appreciation for cultural, heritage and agricultural assets statewide, the Heritage and Agritourism Program has initiated a peer-assistance and training program for farms and ranches, businesses, museums, attractions and organizations that want to improve or expand their own cultural, heritage tourism or agritourism attractions. More >>

Colorado Agritourism Liability Sign

The Colorado Tourism Office’s Heritage & Agritourism program is in search of the best menus, advertising, informational display, website, decor and other restaurant efforts that feature and promote Colorado’s local pride. More >>

Heritage & Agritourism PR

The Colorado Tourism Office's Heritage & PR team can assist media with story ideas, help arrange press visits, arrange interviews with CTO officials and tourism industry partners and more. More >>

Heritage & Agritourism on Colorado.com

Many facets of this program can be found on the CTO's main website, Colorado.com. Check out the articles, businesses and other information, including Colorado Culinary, Farm & Ranch Activities, Food & Drink, History & Heritage, the Colorado Roots guide, news releases and much more!