Farmgate Festival is on the hunt for West Tamar famers and primary producers.
The annual festival showcases farmers and their farms, and what goes on behind the scenes during production.
Festival project officer Sandra Astill said expressions of interest were now open for those wanting to exhibit in the festival.
"At the moment I am looking for small farms in the West Tamar region," Ms Astill said.
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"They play an important role in our food chain and agricultural industry in the North ... but are often hidden from the public.
"[The festival is] a chance to look behind the scenes."
However, the festival is looking for farms with livestock in particular to appeal to younger audiences.
Also wanted are distillers and those who can show the process after farming such as with packaging, as well as restaurants in the area who would be happy to host a lunch or dinner.
"There's some wonderful hidden gems in the West Tamar," Ms Astill said.
This year's festival will also include a community hub at Exeter.
Expressions of interest will remain open until the end of May with a full program release in July.
The festival will run from November 26-28 in the West Tamar. For more information visit farmgatefestival.net.au.