Local Farms and Food Producers entry form
Pike and Wayne counties, PA

Why a local access-to-food directory?
+ The COVID-19 pandemic has produced an increased consumer awareness about the food supply chain.
+ Currently, consumers, wanting to purchase local food, are requesting a list of the area's farmers, farm stands, CSAs and markets.
+ You all work so hard growing our food that we want to help people find your amazing products!

The Agriculture Task Force of Wayne Tomorrow, a partnership of local agricultural organizations, non-profits and volunteers, is currently working to create a centralized location for information about the region’s food producers. It will include a map to help consumers find you and your products. This mapped directory will be shareable to numerous local websites and social media platforms.

Your food/farm business will be listed by product types and markets/CSAs.
+Include only the information you would like to make public.
+Businesses must check the agreement box at the end of the form for entry.
+This is a voluntary listing and you can ask to be removed at any time
+Market managers: Please include your market information, and for primary products, list the broad offerings by category, i.e. fruits, veggies, meat, dairy, preserves, etc.

Entry fee: $0
In an effort to get this directory online as quickly as possible and without impacting farmers during this busy spring season, we are waiving any entry fee at this time. In future years, there will be a modest, no more than $20, annual fee to continue to be listed. However, there are no set dates for that to take effect, and the partners of the project will be promoting this mapped directory through free outlets for advertising, or as funding is available.

Our long-range plan is for a more robust, aggregated site to showcase and promote the region’s farms and related local food businesses, including not only the mapped directory but also highlighting agricultural tourism, educational programs, community events and related information. As those plans develop, a no more than $20 annual fee would cover expenses for maintenance, updates, and print and digital advertising of the site. However, you will be contacted with the information when this phase becomes available. In conclusion, there are no up-front costs or long-term commitments to be listed on this map at this time.

If you have any questions, please email jenna@thecooperageproject.org for more information. We are happy to answer any of questions and suggestions for the current, and future project.
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