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Registration Form for Farmers

1.) Name of Farm:*
2.) Contact Person:*
3.) Phone:*
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4.) E-mail:*
5.) Mailing Address:*
6.) Physical Address:*
7.) Offer Direct Delivery?:*
8.) If so, how far?:
9.) Current Distributor(s) Used:*
10.) Number of Acres:*
11.) Interested in Pres-Sales / Grow Out Contract?*
12.) Liability Insurance Info:*
13.) Certifications:*
14.) Other Products (Besides Produce):
15.) Top Crops Produced in Summer/Fall (What + # of Pounds):
16.) Top Crops Produced in Winter (What + # of Pounds):
17.) Top Crops Produced in Spring (What + # of Pounds):

Farmer/Buyer Connect

Farmer/Buyer Connect Event:

When: February 25th, 2016 
Where: Woodland Community Center 2001 East St. Woodland, 95695
 
This is a speed dating format to boost sales and growmance! It brings together buyer from schools, restaurants, hospitals, and other organizations to meet farmers to buy from. All institutional buyers are welcome! CLOSED EVENT PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
 
To register as a Farmer, click here.
To register as a Buyer, click here.
 
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Thank You For Completing The Questionnaire

Thanks for filling out the questionnaire.  Copies of your profile will be waiting for you at the event.  Please don't hesitate to connect with us should you have further questions: (530) 666-8140 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We look forward to seeing you on November 12th! 

Farms & Schools Marketplace Exchange

November 12th

2pm-4pm

70 Cottonwood St.

Woodland, CA 95695

Yolo Farm to School Coalition

Since the late 1990's Yolo County has been a leader in the Farm to School Movement. Long before it was popular on a national level, Parents, Teachers, School Food Service, School Administrators, Non-Profits, Governemnt agencies and Community groups have worked together to create a strong 'Farm to School' presence throughout Yolo County. To date, about 23 different entities across Yolo County are involved in some aspect of the Farm to School idea. 

As a concept, Farm to School is defined as a spectrum including School Gardens, Nutrtition Education in the Classroom, Palate Development/Harvest of the Month Taste Testing, School Food Service Procuring from Local Farms, Kids Farmers Markets, Farm Visits, Farm Art activities, Ag in the Classroom and more.

This coalition started with Regular Quarterly Meetings for the purpose of sharing resources, sharing ideas and sucesses, problem solving, partnering on grants and more. The upcoming meetings are scheduled for:

Tuesday October 28th 2014- Norton Hall, 70 Cottonwood St. Woodland

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