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Re: low income farmers markets
One possible source is the following publication:
1996 National Farmers' Market Directory by Denny N. Johnson et. al.
USDA Agricultural Marketing Service, May, 1996. 144 p.
This lists farmers' markets and names and telephone numbers of farmers'
market representatives in
in each state.
You can probably find this at your nearest university or public library.
Copies are available from:
Room 2462 South
PO Box 96456
Washington, DC 20090-6456
Telephone: (202) 720-8317
Stephen and Lucy Chang Science Library
New Brunswick, NJ 08903
At 08:36 PM 7/8/97 -0400, ASFisher@aol.com wrote:
>As part of a research project funded by Univ of California Sustainable Ag
>Program, I am looking for information on farmers' markets in low income
>communities. Specifically, I am seeking to evaluate the factors that lead to
>a market's success, and learn from failures as well as successes. In that
>vein, a few questions for Sanetters---
>Does anyone know of "successful" markets that serve low income consumers that
>might make good case studies?
>What factors contribute to the success or lack thereof in low income farmers'
>Is anyone familiar with marketing literature on the food shopping
>patterns/habits of low income groups or ethnic minorities?
>Other information along these lines would be helpful....
>Community Food Security Coalition
>Po Box 209
>Venice CA 90294