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Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture
This article describes 10 reasons to support farmers’ markets such as the benefits of farmers’ markets for community members, providing access to fresh local foods, supporting local farmers, and protecting the environment.
2010 | BizSugar
This website provides 10 tips and tricks to successfully promote your farmers’ market through social media. These tips can help you reach more potential customers and keep current customers returning to the market.
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
This comprehensive manual is perfect for anyone interested in mini markets. The manual walks through the definition and benefits of a mini market as well as the benefits of a mini market. It also provides important information on topics such as what to know about city licensing and ways to promote your mini market.
2014 | Ohio State University Extension
This webinar focuses on accepting the Ohio Direction Card (SNAP/EBT) at farmers’ markets.
2018 | OSU Extension
OSU Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) professionals provide technology, marketing, business and educational support to local community gardens and farmers' market growers and managers to help communities grow nutritious foods in profitable and environmentally sustainable ways while learning life skills. ANR also provides leadership, collaboration, consulting, unbiased information, applied research, and access to land-grant university knowledge to address local issues and needs. This page also has links to many resources, workshops and trainings geared towards supporting community farms and farmers' market efforts.
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics offers a suite of web-based tools, including the Health Informatics Infrastructure (ANDHII) platform and the ANDHII Surveys mobile app. The ANDHII Surveys app helps to collect community assessment and program monitoring and evaluation data and syncs data collected on mobile devices with the ANDHII web application. A data file may be exported for analysis and reporting purposes. For more information, write to ANDHII@eatright.org.