On the Brink of Change

Andrew Stout is the co-owner and operator of Full Circle Organic Farm in Carnation, WA. by Andrew Stout, FMC Board Member Change is in the air: A new President and administration charged with the impossible expectation to be everything for ...
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Consumers Continue to Invest in Farmers Markets, Local Food Despite Economy

by Wendy Wasserman The most recent data available from the Agriculture Marketing Service (AMS) reported more than 4,600 farmers markets in the U.S. in August, 2008. This represented a 6.8% growth in farmers markets over the previous two years alone ...
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Microloan Fund Opportunity for New England Farmers

The Microloan Fund for New England Farmers will be accepting applications through February 7, 2009.  Loan applications for amounts ranging from $1,000 to $10,000, for terms up to 5 years, will be accepted. For this initial pilot round of loans, ...
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A Review of Food in 2008

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South Dakota Offers Farmers Market Grants

South Dakota Farmers' Market Grower Grant The South Dakota Department of Agriculture is providing federal funding for current farmers' markets or groups that are interested in beginning a farmers' market. Each applicant may apply for up to $1,000. These federal ...
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South Dakota Offers Farmers Market Mini-Grants

The South Dakota Department of Agriculture is providing federal money for farmers markets or those who are interested in beginning one. Each applicant may apply for up to $1,000. The money can be used for market startup costs, promotion, advertising, ...
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