Posted  4 Oct, 2018 
In: Events

Event Date:  Oct 23, 2018

Farm direct marketing explores ways to increase business by connecting farms with end consumers. Join us on October 23rd as our North America Farmers’ Direct Marketing Association Convention attendees share their key learnings around farm marketing and share their business growth plans. Special guests will also discuss actionable plans and concepts to adding culinary experiences to your farm or community and the power of food and family farms.

Date: Tuesday, October 23 from 8:30am – 4:00pm
Location:
Holiday Inn Chalet at Westerner Park, Red Deer, AB

Register: Click here
Cost: $25.00

Special Guests

  • John Gilchrist (media personality and food industry expert) will share global and regional stories around the power and impact of food, and the role the family farm can play.
  • Keleigh Cormier and Pierre Cormier (Clearthink Group) will provide their entrepreneurial insight around actionable plans and Open Farm Days highlights.
  • Tannis Baker (Food Tourism Strategies) will connect ideas and concepts around adding culinary experiences to your farm or community.

Click here for the poster and more information about the event.

Convention Attendees: Prairie Gardens, Flying Cross Ranch, Kraay Family Farm, Doef’s Greenhouses, Blindman Brewing, Your Local Ranch, Poplar Bluff Organics, Community Futures Wild Rose.


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