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67 Merchants Row
Rutland, VT, 05701
United States

(802) 417-1528

Rutland Area Farm and Food Link (RAFFL) promotes local food knowledge, production and market opportunities for farmers and community members throughout our region.

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The Intervale's "Selling for Success" Workshop is 2/24

Steve Peters

The Intervale Center presents:

“Selling for Success”  Marketing to local wholesale markets

A workshop for new and beginning farmers

When: Monday, February 24th, 10am-noon

Where: Vital Communities 195 North Main St. White River Junction, Vermont

Presentation by:

Sona Desai – Intervale Food Hub

Tim Taylor- Crossroad Farm

Are you a new or beginning farmer interested in selling to independent grocery stores and/or restaurants?

Join Sona Desai of the Intervale Food Hub and Tim Taylor of Crossroad Farm to learn if selling to these markets is right for you.

We’ll help you learn the personal, production, financial, and marketing skills needed to sell to local wholesale markets, as well as how to begin and improve sales.

Sona will speak as a buyer for the Intervale Food Hub and a market development specialist about what skills farmers need to have to be successful selling to these markets. Tim will speak as an established farmer in the state about how he is successful selling to multiple local wholesale markets.

Cost: The workshop is free and light refreshments will be provided.

RSVP: Please RSVP to Maggie at the Intervale Center at maggie@intervale.org or (802) 660-0440 ext 116.

This workshop is supported by the Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program of the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA, Grant # 2011-49400-30500. To find more resources and programs for beginning farmers and ranchers please visit www.Start2Farm.gov, a component of the Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program.”