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Information on how to begin creating a zero waste station at a farmers market. This information was researched and compiled by Girl Scout Ella Dundas as part of her Gold Award project to create a zero waste station at her local farmers market.
Market Vitals: Key Data for Farmers Markets
As a way to show the impact of their Ypsilanti Farmers Markets on health, Growing Hope created this brief marketing piece as a way to show health care organizations the relevancy of their potential sponsorships, as well as how their peers were involved in markets.
A one-page FAQ from Wholesome Wave Georgia geared at potential nutrition incentive customers and vendors, this straightforward piece could be a model for other markets, regions, or states to clearly communicate their programs to the public.
Record rainfall, flooding and wind damage are punishing farmers across the Midwest, with fields and livestock under standing water. For some family farmers and ranchers already teetering on the edge from low prices and an ongoing trade war, this latest disaster is the last thing they need.
If you’ve been impacted by this recent disaster, there are a number of national and state assistance programs that can provide support. Please look through the list of resources, expertly curated by the National Farmers Union, whose Farm Crisis Center is a good starting point.
Please also take a look at our Resource Guide for Disaster Assistance (also available as a printable PDF), which covers everything from who to contact, to what to document if you’ve been impacted by a disaster.
This tool, created by the MPH@GW program, makes it easy to understand, and teach others about, individual-level impact on climate change. The guide provides effective ways to reduce your carbon footprint by filtering how much time, money, and effort a person chooses to invest.
A report analyzing what the mid-atlantic region grows, including the economic impact of the local farms and markets.
This article is an exploration of whiteness in the farmers market movement and a suggestion of ways to shift towards a more anti-racist politics of food at farmers markets.
Just because there’s snow on the ground doesn’t mean Coloradoans can’t find farm-fresh meat and veggies at their local farmers market. Colorado is home to 35 winter markets and festivals. Find them here.