Small Farm Success Project
Posted by on November 14, 2003
[posted from Center for a Livable Future newsletter]
SMALL FARM SUCCESS PROJECT REPORTS ON MID-ATLANTIC FARMERS’ MARKETS
A new study released by the Small Farm Success Project finds collective success as well as challenges for Mid-Atlantic area producer-only farmers’ markets – where farmers sell their own products directly to retail customers. The Wallace Center’s report provides valuable insights into the operations and the needs of producer-only markets in the Mid-Atlantic, which will help those of us working to enhance the survival of our local farms and the supply of fresh fruits and vegetables they produce. For more info on the Small Farm Success Project, see: http://www.smallfarmsuccess.info/About_Us.cfm. To read the study on-line, see: http://www.winrock.org/GENERAL/publications/wallacemktrpt.pdf
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