Outreach and Social Media2018-01-24T03:46:49+00:00

Outreach and Social Media

Local Line Webinar

Farmers Selling Online: Using Local Line Brought to you by the Virginia Farmers Market Association and Virginia State University In partnership with Virginia Cooperative Extension, Virginia State University College of Agriculture, the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Farm Credit, Farm Credit Knowledge Center, Virginia [...]

Shenandoah’s Fields of Gold, Showalter’s Orchard & Agritourism

VAFMA’s Executive Director, Kim Hutchinson, and Board Chair, CeCe Dodd, were thrilled to be guests of Rachel Salatin’s Fields of Gold Meet and Greet at Sarah Showalter’s family orchard in Timberville tonight. Showalter’s Orchard is an amazing example of agritourism with a cider house, Air B and B and [...]

CLAIM YOUR MARKET ON OUR MAP!

Make sure your market info is up-to-date in our directory & on our map by claiming your market on Farmspread. This directory will feed into other websites! By claiming your market you can make sure the information is up-to-date and promote your market to vendors and shoppers alike. Find [...]

INFLUENCER MARKETING FOR FARMERS MARKETS

Influencers Panel at the Virginia Farmers Market Conference Strategies & Tips for Engaging Influencers on a Shoestring Notes from the 2018 Virginia Farmers Market Conference compiled by Mary Delicate With the growth of social media – Instagram in particular – influencer marketing has exploded in popularity. It’s not [...]

CONNECTING TO CONSUMERS THROUGH PROGRAMS

photo courtesy of Scottsville Farmers Market By Deborah Smith of the Scottsville Farmers Market Every farmers market faces the challenge of attracting and connecting with customers and the Market in Scottsville is no different. This small market on the banks of the James River in the historic town of [...]

LESSONS LEARNED IN GROWING A FARMERS MARKET

Courtesy of Historic Lewes Farmers Market The Historic Lewes Farmers Market in Delaware made their market a "Living Lab" to answer two questions: What can we do to increase sales and attendance at our market? What can we do to increase sales and attendance of SNAP customers at [...]

Outreach and Social Media

Local Line Webinar

Farmers Selling Online: Using Local Line Brought to you by the Virginia Farmers Market Association and Virginia State University In partnership with Virginia Cooperative Extension, Virginia State University College of Agriculture, the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Farm Credit, Farm Credit Knowledge Center, Virginia [...]

Shenandoah’s Fields of Gold, Showalter’s Orchard & Agritourism

VAFMA’s Executive Director, Kim Hutchinson, and Board Chair, CeCe Dodd, were thrilled to be guests of Rachel Salatin’s Fields of Gold Meet and Greet at Sarah Showalter’s family orchard in Timberville tonight. Showalter’s Orchard is an amazing example of agritourism with a cider house, Air B and B and [...]

CLAIM YOUR MARKET ON OUR MAP!

Make sure your market info is up-to-date in our directory & on our map by claiming your market on Farmspread. This directory will feed into other websites! By claiming your market you can make sure the information is up-to-date and promote your market to vendors and shoppers alike. Find [...]

INFLUENCER MARKETING FOR FARMERS MARKETS

Influencers Panel at the Virginia Farmers Market Conference Strategies & Tips for Engaging Influencers on a Shoestring Notes from the 2018 Virginia Farmers Market Conference compiled by Mary Delicate With the growth of social media – Instagram in particular – influencer marketing has exploded in popularity. It’s not [...]

CONNECTING TO CONSUMERS THROUGH PROGRAMS

photo courtesy of Scottsville Farmers Market By Deborah Smith of the Scottsville Farmers Market Every farmers market faces the challenge of attracting and connecting with customers and the Market in Scottsville is no different. This small market on the banks of the James River in the historic town of [...]

LESSONS LEARNED IN GROWING A FARMERS MARKET

Courtesy of Historic Lewes Farmers Market The Historic Lewes Farmers Market in Delaware made their market a "Living Lab" to answer two questions: What can we do to increase sales and attendance at our market? What can we do to increase sales and attendance of SNAP customers at [...]

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