Posted  28 Feb, 2019 
In: Surveys

Event Date:  Mar 31, 2019

Assumed Virtues or Tangible Benefits? An Analysis of the Economic and Social Impacts of Short Food Supply Chains in Canada

The aim of this research is to look at the impacts of direct marketing on farms, farmers and local development in Canada. Direct marketing involves at most one middleman between the producer and the consumer (e.g. farm stand, farmers’ market, sales to restaurants, etc.). The requested information relates to the last known year.

Your collaboration is invaluable in helping complete this research. Thank you very much for your participation. To encourage participation in the survey, 250 dollars will be offered in compensation to three respondents chosen at random.

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