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Oregon Farmers Market Association 2020 Census Results

Rachael February 19, 2021

Oregon Farmers Market Association recently released results from its 2020 census of farmers markets in a webinar titled “What Happened at Oregon Farmers Markets in 2020.” This presentation holds interesting stats about sales, attendance, and vendor level trends. It also dives into subjects like how Oregon farmers markets responded to COVID-19, widespread wildfires, and calls…

Graphic Design for Non-Designers Webinar

Hannah Fuller January 21, 2021

This webinar was held on January 20, 2021 by FMC Communications Staff. Watch the recording to join the communications staff of the Farmers Market Coalition in this skills development workshop on graphic design basics for non-designers. This webinar is part of a series of marketing and communications webinars specifically developed for market operators. Participants will…

Farmers Market Food Safety Online Course

Alex Canepa November 18, 2020

Through a combination of videos and reading, this course focuses on teaching new and established farmers’ market vendors the basics of food safety and sanitation. Food safety begins at product harvest, and continues through processing, preparation, transportation, and point of sale. In this course, you will learn about controlling food safety risks from “farm to…

Thinking Inside the Box – Making Healthy Food Accessible with Curbside/Drive-Thru (Contactless) Models at Farmers Markets During COVID-19

Ethel Recinos September 9, 2020

Presenters Farmers Market Leaders! Remember when everyone was talking about alternative delivery models and how to reduce contact at farmers markets? Let’s bring that conversation back! Are you interested in learning to operate a curbside/drive-thru (contactless) model at your market? COVID-19 has impacted almost every aspect of farmers’ market operations. From wearing masks to social…

Online SNAP Basics: Nutrition Incentive Hub and NGAF Technical Assistance Center Webinar

Diana Broadaway August 4, 2020

  Webinar Recording Online SNAP Basics Slides Online SNAP FAQ  

Webinar: Raise Money and Build Community with Engaging Online Fundraising

Stephanie Fenty July 29, 2020

July 29. 2020 Presentation slides Panelists: Caroline Fiore, Farm Aid Development Manager Nora Chovanec, Texas Farmers Market Deputy Director In this webinar host by the Farmers Market Coalition, Caroline Fiore, Development Manager at Farm Aid, will guide market leaders on a variety of techniques and strategies for online fundraising, including hosting effective and engaging online…

WEBINAR: Attract Food Vendor Sales and Set Safety Expectations with an Easy to Build Social Media Plan

Stephanie Fenty July 28, 2020

In this webinar, Heidi Anderson from theFarmBoard will teaches market managers and leaders how to use a values based marketing strategy to attract market customers who visit more and spend more while honoring pandemic market modifications and safety precautions. Participants will be guided through a social media plan with a full set of customizable example…

Strength in Numbers: Leveraging Data and Technology for Nutrition Incentive Programs

Ethel Recinos July 15, 2020

Presenter: Alysa Moore: Wholesome Wave Georgia Do you want to use data to impress funders and show the impact of your region’s nutrition incentive program? Maybe you love the IDEA of data but don’t have an excess amount of time, effort, and money to pour into new data management systems.  Collecting, storing, and analyzing quality…

A Growing Culture: Hunger for Justice Series – Juneteenth Broadcast

Diana Broadaway June 23, 2020

A Growing Culture is committed to fighting for a just food system. We stand in solidarity with Black voices in the fight for food justice, and are turning our platform over to those on the frontlines. The virtual event we are facilitating on Juneteenth serves both as a platform for Black voices in the food…

HEAL Food Alliance Webinar: Sowing the Seeds of Liberation

Diana Broadaway

US agriculture’s roots in colonization and enslavement mean that Black and Indigenous and communities of color still have limited access to capital, financial support, and markets—this is changing, slowly but surely, thanks to the work of food and farm organizations, leaders and communities that are dismantling racism and white supremacy, and imagining alternate ways to…