Monday, January 9, 2017

2017 Florida Farmers Market Nutrition Program Training Schedule for Growers & Market Managers


2017 Florida FMNP Training Schedule
for Growers & Market Managers


Happy New Year!

We are excited to announce the 2017 Florida Farmers' Market Nutrition Program Training Schedule for growers offered through Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) Division of Food, Nutrition and Wellness (FNW).

Training is REQUIRED FOR ALL GROWERS who would like to participate in the 2017 Farmers' Market Nutrition Program.

Each meeting will last approximately 75 minutes. Paper checks will be used for the 2017 program.

The complete FMNP Grower's Training Schedule is below and can also be found on the Fresh Access Bucks website with more details such as time and location.

February 21 – Gainesville

February 22 – Jacksonville

February 22 - Bushnell

February 23 – St. Augustine

February 24 – Lake City

February 28 – Tallahassee

March 7 – Marianna

March 7 – Chipley

March 8 – Panama City

March 8 – Milton

March 9 – Pensacola

March 9 - Crestview

Farmers Market Manager Workshops this spring!

The workshops are free to market managers and other pertinent market staff. The mission of the workshops is to provide attendees with tools to expand market capabilities while creating a better connection with your customer base.

Workshops include (click each location to view flier):

January 9 - Leon County 

January 19 - Jackson County

January 23 - Escambia County

February 6 - Alachua County

Find out more information about the FMNP program including how to qualify here

The following counties participate in FMNP: Alachua, Bay, Columbia, Duval, Escambia, Gadsden, Holmes, Jackson, Leon, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, St. Johns, Sumter, Washington.

The workshops are provided through the Farmers Market Nutrition Program grant.



Florida Organic Growers

P.O. Box 12311
Gainesville, FL 32604 

p: 352.377.6345 


Florida Organic Growers | PO Box 12311, Gainesville, FL 32604




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