Webinars Focus on Multifarm Direct to Consumer Marketing

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GardenAs consumer demand for local food increases during this crisis, so does the need for farmers to be working together. N.C. Cooperative Extension’s Local Food Program Team is putting together two webinars, each focused on how local farmers are working together to meet this growing call for local food.

Registration is FREE but required to attend – you will be given a password upon registration.
WEBINAR 1
The first webinar, to be held on April 27 from 7 to 8:30 p.m., will highlight the collaborative efforts of farmers that are not tied to a food hub. Panelists will include representatives of Vacationer Supported Agriculture, Piedmont Progressive Farmers Group, and Carolina Common Enterprise.
Topic: Collaborative Farming/Multifarm Direct to Consumer Marketing

Time: Apr 27, 2020, 7 p.m. Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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WEBINAR 2
The second webinar, to be held on April 30 from 7 to 8:30 p.m., will highlight food hub efforts to link consumers with local food. Panelists will include representatives of High County Food Hub, TRACTOR, Feast Down East, and Sandhills Farm to Table.
Topic: Collaborative Farming/Multifarm Direct to Consumer Marketing
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+14702509358,,623925900# US (Atlanta)Each webinar will include a brief presentation on collaborative farming by Becky Bowen, J.D., NC State Extension, followed by a panel discussion moderated by Andrew Branan, J.D., NC State Extension. Dr. Chyi Lyi Liang, N.C. A&T State University Extension, will provide a handy resource sheet to all who attend. Both webinars will be recorded.