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TFM.co is seeking Market Token Operator

TFM.co is seeking Market Token Operator

Hey friends! We’re looking for someone to operate the Market Token Program at King George Farmers Market. Check out the listing here and apply! KGFM Market Token Operator Position

March 13, 2015 | By More
Increase Healthy Food Options for Local Military Families

Increase Healthy Food Options for Local Military Families

Please consider support for a project to increase healthy food access for military personnel and families at MCB Quantico. Promoting good nutrition and healthy eating is a challenge in any community. To tackle these challenges in military communities, Department of Defense has recently launched the Healthy Base Initiative (HBI), a pilot program aimed at addressing […]

February 20, 2014 | By | Reply More
Mary Washington Hospital Community Benefit Fund Awards Grant for Healthy Food Access at Farmers Markets

Mary Washington Hospital Community Benefit Fund Awards Grant for Healthy Food Access at Farmers Markets

The Farmers Market.co and the George Washington Regional Commission are pleased to announce a 2013-2014 grant award from the Mary Washington Hospital Community Benefit Fund.  The $20,000 grant supports Nutrition Incentives at four area farmers markets to increase healthy food access for low-income families. The award supports operation of the SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, […]

July 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Farmers Market.co Nutrition Incentive Program Soars Beyond Expectations

Farmers Market.co Nutrition Incentive Program Soars Beyond Expectations

Group Seeks Private and Corporate Funding to Continue Wildly Successful Program– $20,000 Needed Immediately for 2013 Season By DeLaura Padovan, King George Farmers’ Market Manager Through the Farmers Market.co’s Nutrition Incentive Program, low-income families were able to double their purchasing power at regional farmers markets in 2012. But heading into the 2013 season, this regional […]

January 24, 2013 | By | Reply More