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Category: Market Signage
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.
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.
The purpose of this Extension publication is to provide interested Extension agents, farmers market staff and vendors with lighthearted and effective examples of social distancing signage for potential utilization at farmers markets in Virginia operating during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. An important key to implementing social distancing measures recommended by governmental officials is the utilization of easy to understand and informative signage. Conspicuously displaying effective signage throughout a farmers market environment to prompt, remind and encourage both vendors and visitors of the importance of social distancing to prevent person-to-person spread of the COVID-19 virus assists in safe market operation during the pandemic.
WSFMA curated gallery of “safe market” signage, including examples from the Washington State Department of Health and the CDC as well as Seattle’s Neighborhood Farmers Markets, Poulsbo Farmers Market, Bellingham Farmers Market, and others.
COVID-19 Do Not Enter if Symptomatic Market Sign
COVID-19 Healthy Market Sign
COVID-19 Line Direction Signs