OFMN operates on a small budget that must support a large array of operating expenses that include insurance, marketing promotions, regional meetings and conferences, and more. Your vital sponsorship will help us produce successful conferences, workshops and events that are an asset to farmers markets, market managers, market vendors, and communities all throughout Ohio. OFMN is run by an all-volunteer board.
OFMN’s continued success comes from our broad base of support within the state. Through your support, OFMN will continue to improve the quality of our marketplaces and their vendors.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your support of Ohio farmers markets. If you have any questions about sponsorship, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The Ohio Nutrition Incentive Network (OHNIN) is a multi-sector coalition that collaborates to improve healthy food access across Ohio. The OHNIN Advisory Committee coordinates and supports the implementation of Ohio Produce Perks, an effective, measurable, community-based intervention that promotes increased consumption of fresh and healthy foods for vulnerable populations.
OHNIN draws strength and influence from national experts, state-level collaborators, and local stakeholders working toward a shared vision of increased affordable access to healthy foods for low-income Ohioans. OHNIN’s robust and committed membership informs strategic expansion, supports marketing and outreach, and ensures program alignment.
The Ohio Farmers Market Network is a proud member of the OHNIN Advisory Committee, working on behalf of markets, vendors and consumers throughout Ohio.
We’re closing the gap between you and the most delicious food ever to be born and raised in Ohio.
Grow Eat Ohio is a group of people who joined forces to help increase awareness of Ohio’s farmers markets and the growers and producers that power them. Farmers markets are beautiful intersections of healthy food, vibrant communities, local economies, environmentally conscious consumption, and actives for all types of lifestyles. We think that we should all be a little bit more vocal about all of that.
Our greater hope is that buying food from local farmers and food producers becomes a weekly tradition like any other. Fresh food from Ohio farmers is everywhere—rural and urban, Sunday and Saturday (and every day in between), morning, afternoon and evening. And with the support of our community, the availability of these farm fresh and handmade products will become more accessible, of better quality and variety, and a better way of feeding the world around us.