This sample press release from Maricopa County in Arizona shows how a farmers market or market network can use data and evaluation to create media support and outreach opportunities. In this case, Maricopa county creates an event with a partner to showcase the work of refugee farmers while celebrating an exponential increase in the use…
This pamphlet is an example of a partnership to support incentives use at farmers markets. It shows the best transportation routes from several Arizona WIC and SNAP offices to their nearest farmers markets.
This printable sheet from Growing Hope’s Ypsilanti Farmers Markets is for vendors to record their daily sales by currency before turning in the tokens they’ve received to the market team, who also counts them.
This simple, at-a-glance chart from Growing Hope’s Ypsilanti Farmers Markets shows vendors what products can be bought with what tokens, coupons, or other currencies. Each vendor has a laminated copy for quick reference to have at their booth.
Market Vitals: Key Data for Farmers Markets
The Michigan Farmers Market Association has shared a set of simple, graphic posters in English, Spanish, and Arabic that show COVID-19 Safety guidelines. They are based on CDC guidelines could be used at other markets, though there may be additional local guidelines in your area, so consult your state and local authorities to verify that.
In BUNDLE: Press and Media Forms & Templates
From Growing Hope, this Ypsilanti Farmers Market evaluation plan is an example of how to lay out all of the data collection and evaluation tools that you will use during a market season.
This Farmers Market Coalition workbook is a fillable template to think about your target customers, what they value, and how to lay out a communications plan that will reach them.