In early summer 2021, the Bloomington Farm Stop Collective will be opening a new farmer owned, consignment based, local retail and aggregation space in Bloomington, Indiana! We are currently accepting vendor applications and hiring for a store manager position.
Vendor application information is now available online and an optional vendor information meeting is scheduled for Monday, March 1st at 6pm (via Zoom). The job posting is for Farm Stop Manager is available here.
More details can be found below. Please help us spread the word!
Calling farmers and ranchers in Central and Southeastern Indiana! Hoosier Harvest Market is a farmer-owned cooperative food hub operating in the Indianapolis, Greenfield, and Batesville areas. Member-owners can list products on our online marketplace to access retail and wholesale customers in these communities and surrounding areas. You control the products you sell, the price you receive, and how your farm is displayed on the market. Hoosier Harvest Market is a great way to increase your customer base without adding additional farmers markets!
Retired farming couple seeks to sell land to farmers.
114.68 ACRES of LAND for sale. Owned by the same family for over 160 years & always used as farm land, Zoned Agricultural.
*This Property has prime location:4 minute commute to I-65, 40 min commute to Chicago, and 20 Min commute to Lake Michigan.
*In addition to land, beautiful 2000sq’ custom build log home on 4.21 ac available for sale.
Grapevine Local Food Marketing has two open positions and will be accepting applications through July 23, 2020. Both are fully remote positions, so you can work from home, or anywhere with a strong internet connection.
Both positions require previous marketing experience. We'd also love to hear from applicants with any farm experience (labor, sales, or marketing).
Read more at https://www.grapevinelocalmarketing.com/jobs
The Savanna Institute is currently seeking qualified candidates for a variety of positions within our young, energetic, and quickly-growing organization. All qualified applicants welcome; farmers and members of under-represented groups are encouraged to apply.
We hope you'll consider sharing this announcement with your networks, applying for a position below, and becoming part of the perennial agriculture revolution!
Note from SI: Several of these positions have the potential to be remote, however some of those that are listed as remote will require a certain amount of regional travel (Farm Partnership Broker and Event Coordinator) for instance. Some positions, like the Germplasm Specialist, are potentially fully remote.
It is almost time for the Food & Growers Association Winter Conference! We are looking forward to the conference, and we hope you are also. We will be having the Winter Market for vendors to set up at again this year. It will be open to the public from 9am – 11am and to conference attendees throughout the day.
Once again this year, we are preparing a great lineup of speakers that we are eager to share with all of the attendees. The keynote speaker for the 2020 FGA Winter Conference will be Nate and Liz Brownlee, owners and operators of Nightfall Farm. Some of the topics that are planned to be covered by speakers during break-out sessions are media marketing, agritourism, the importance of local foods, ways to process and preserve foods, permaculture, and many more exciting topics.
We would like to invite you to participate as a vendor in our Winter Market, which includes a mix of vendors offering products for sale as well as vendors offering information. It is free to set up a table at this year’s Winter Conference/Winter Market, which includes 1 table and 1 ticket to the Winter Conference. If additional individuals would like to attend, the cost is $30 per person. We ask that you stay until the close of the conference. This is going to be a great way to sell your products and network with other farmers and consumers alike. Many consumers attend the conference just to find out where they can purchase locally produced foods and products within the area.
The Winter Conference will be held on Saturday, February 1, 2020, 9 am to 2:30 pm at Batesville Middle School, 201 N. Mulberry St., Batesville, IN, in the Commons area of the school.
To save your vendor space, please fill out the information form below and return it either via email to email@example.com or via postal mail at the address below. Please make checks payable to Food and Growers Association.
Food and Growers Association
c/o Olivia Fledderman
16034 Saint Mary’s Road
Brookville, Indiana 47012
Name of farm or business ______________________________________________________________
Your Name __________________________________________________________________________
Guest(s) Name (if applicable)_____________________________________________________________
Location of farm/business ______________________________________________________________
Products being sold or promoted ________________________________________________________
We look forward to seeing you at the 2020 FGA Winter Conference!
FGA Winter Conference Vendor Committee
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