Urban Farmers Market Workshop: Building Market Success

Grow your market to full bloom: Tips and tools to build the success of your farmers market.
Urban Farmers Market Workshop: Building Market Success - Workshops
Length: 2 hours
Language: English
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Description

Building Market Success* is the third workshop in a three-part Urban Farmers Market Workshop Series hosted by Penn State Extension in partnership with The Food Trust and Urban Tree Connection (UTC) and made possible by a grant from the USDA’s Farmers Market Promotion Program (FMPP). Led by UTC’s Farm Manager and former Community Markets Manager, Nykisha Madison, this workshop will offer tips and tools to build the success of your existing farmers market or farm stand. If growing the success of your market is important this is the workshop for you!

*Refreshments will be provided, please contact Deb Bentzel from The Food Trust for childcare needs ()

Who is this for?

Urban growers, farmers, and gardeners looking to improve an already established farmers market or farm stand.

What will you learn?

Tips and tools to build the success of your farmers market or farm stand.

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