Episode 203. Supporting Beginning Farmers Market Vendors

In this episode, Maura Henn, a community food system specialist with the National Center for Appropriate Technology’s Western Regional Office in Butte, Montana, talks with representatives of the Oregon Farmers Market Association.

They are Kelly Crane, OFMA’s executive director; Amanda Cross, OFMA’s programs manager; and Mallory Rahe, PhD, assistant extension professor of Agriculture and Applied Economics at the University of Missouri.

The discussion centers on OFMA’s beginning vendor support network and the ways OFMA aids beginning vendors.

Related ATTRA Resources:

Tips for Selling at Farmers Markets

Farmers Markets: Marketing and Business Guide

Low-Income Local Food Access – Podcast

Celebrating Farmers Markets

Other Resources

Oregon Farmers Markets Association

Farmers Market Coalition

For more information on this topic, you can contact Kara Kroeger directly via email at karak@ncat.org.

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