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Acceptable Events

Here are some examples of things we consider to be relevant events, and things we do not. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us.

YES!:

  • on-farm harvest festival
  • farmers' market opening day or themed festival
  • farmer speaking at a public event
  • classes you are hosting/teaching, and the like
  • special farm tours
  • a holiday open house at the farm
  • special "theme" days about food at the farmers' market; celebrating blueberries, featuring a cooking demonstration, etc
  • a special meal with guest farm or farms at a restaurant

NO:

  • a recurring event, such as weekly farmers markets
  • your farm's deadlines for CSA sign-ups
  • items now available/on sale (an actual one day physical event on your farm is okay, but this kind of things are not: "pre-order sale!" or "Onion sets available now!")
  • 5K Fun Run your chamber of commerce is hosting (having no direct relationship to food, your farm or farmers' market)
  • the "season" for a particular product (e.g. "It's lamb season!")
  • musical events or storytimes at your farmers' market (themes that are not relevant to food)

 

 

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