Resource Library

Welcome to the Farmers Market Coalition Resource Library, an ever-growing database of resources for farmers, market managers and researchers. These resources were developed by a wide spectrum of organizations, agencies, and academic institutions, and we are grateful for the spirit of sharing which allows us to bring a variety of tools to your table in one searchable portal. We hope you find them useful and consider submitting resources of your own for the benefit of the farmers market community.

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Multilingual SNAP Postcards- Grow NYC

SNAP/EBT and Nutrition Programs

Grow NYC developed several templates for multilingual SNAP/EBT postcards. Templates are available for download at the link below:

Published July 06, 2018

Now That’s the Power of Produce: Using Children’s Programming at Farmers Markets to Increase Exposure to Healthy Foods

Promotion, Outreach, and Special Events

Through a three-year Jefferson Public Citizens project, a team of undergraduate and graduate
students created a multi-phase project around the Charlottesville City Market. In 2012,
the team created the Power of Produce (POP) Club based off a program in Oregon City. The
project’s main goals were to initiate action-oriented research, to provide better access to
healthy foods, and to expose children to fruits and vegetables in a variety of ways. Based on
local success, the POP Club now seeks to create a national movement dedicated to empowering
children to make healthy food choices through programming at farmers markets. The POP Club
provides farmers and markets with the opportunity to build a lasting and unique relationship
with future generations of local food supporters.

By: Natalie Roper Published June 22, 2018 Link to Resource Research Reports

Farmers Market Consumers in New Hampshire

Customer base | Surveys, Evaluation

In February–April 2017, The New Hampshire
Department of Agriculture, Markets, & Food, University
of New Hampshire (UNH) Department of Natural
Resources & the Environment, UNH Cooperative
Extension, and the New Hampshire Farmers Market
Association conducted two surveys to obtain
information on people’s shopping experiences at, and
opinions and attitudes related to summer and winter
farmers markets in New Hampshire.

By: Alberto B. Manalo Published June 22, 2018 Publisher Website Link to Resource Research Reports