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The Washington State Farmers Market Management Toolkit provides timely information, tips, and templates to help market managers navigate the increasing demands they face. We hope to cut your learning curve, share best practices, and adapt the excellent existing resources to your market.
Each chapter includes downloadable tools in Word or Excel that you can tailor to your market needs. The Toolkit is designed to be added to and updated in real time. Please send us your recommendations and suggested improvements. The Toolkit is available both online and as a binder from the WSFMA thanks to support from the USDA Farmers Market Promotion Program.
This Toolkit is dedicated to Washington State’s indefatigable farmers market staff, boards, volunteers, sponsors, and farmers and other vendors who are working hard to support local farms, grow good food for families, and make our communities brighter.
View the Toolkit Here: http://www.wafarmersmarkettoolkit.org/
Protecting Board Members & Learning the Nitty Gritty of Statewide Insurance Programs. April 5, 2011. Peter Kochenburger, University of Connecticut School of Law; Melissa Kauffman, Jester Insurance; Bill Otto, Minnesota Farmers Market Association; Jeff Cole, Mass Farmers Markets.
Making the Most of Your Market Insurance Policy & Minimizing Market Liability Risk. March 8, 2011. Eileen Nichols, Missouri Farmers Market Association; Doug Bollman, Taggart Insurance ; Jim Coleman, Riverdale Farmers Market.
Producer Liability: Understanding & Communicating Vendors’ Risks & Insurance Needs. February 14, 2011. Dru Montri, Michigan Farmers Market Association; Larry Spilker, Campbell Risk Management; Deb Connors, Kansas City Market.
Demystifying Farmers Market Risk & Being a Smart Insurance Shopper. January 31, 2011. Jeff Cole, Mass Farmers Markets; Peter Kochenburger, University of Connecticut School of Law; Melissa Kauffman, Jester Insurance.
Market Umbrella discusses how to prepare, what to watch out for, and who to alert in regards to bad weather at the farmers market.
A letter from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) to Hillsboro Farmers Market
This is a letter from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) which describes the legal basis for requiring farmers markets to obtain a license for playing copyrighted music at the market in response to an inquiry from the Hillsboro Farmers’ Market.
This three page checklist was developed specifically for New York farmers markets, listing the specific permits, licenses, or certificates required for all potential items sold at the market based on regulations specific to individual product types. While this checklist is specific to New York, it can act as a guide for any market to research and develop such a checklist based on regulations specific to a given market.
Suggested step-by-step guidelines developed by the New Mexico Farmers Marketing Association to support the direct marketing of agricultural products through open-air farmers’ markets in New Mexico, as well as to protect the health and safety of the consumer.
A fact sheet targeted at farmers who market their products directly to consumers, providing guidance on risk management, liability, and developing an insurance program to meet the direct marketer’s needs. Although the document focuses on Wisconsin, it provides an overview of issues that any direct marketer should consider.