Mar 20 network-wide COVID support call - Shared screen with gallery view
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INTRO: name / farm / location / pronouns. Raise your and and unmute yourself when called on!
Market at Artisans Cove220 OId Highway 431S, Owens Crossroads, AL, 35763(256)-658-8409(256)-658-8409We go by he/she
(256)-658-2234 other cell.
ASAN Resource List (spreadsheet) -- http://bit.ly/ASANcovid19
Jesse & Jessica MurphyJesse@dsrfarms.com624 Kirby Bridge RD Danville, Alabama. 35619256-303-9019www.dsrfarms.com
I believe the website is https://www.csaware.com/
I'm going to hae to leave soon, but I have a question. With online sales or grouping farms together are you able to accept the SFMNP vouchers?
Joe, the regulation says that you have to be in an approved location and that you or "your agent" has to do the selling. You'd need a written agreement to have someone be "your agent" but otherwise it should be ok.
Thanks a bunch, Kristin!
Joe, maybe we can talk more about this on our Farmers Market Leadership Comm call next week -- I haven't confirmed yet but I think there's enough interest that we should do it. Look for details to come soon!
Online platforms presented on webinar earlier today: Barn to Door, Food 4 All, Local Food Marketplace, Open Food Network, Harvie, Your Local Farmer.
Morgan County/Decatur Farmers Market scheduled to open April 11.
SNAP and EBT are not acceptable payments for ANY online purchases.
edit: walmart & Amazon take SNAP and EBT
Can also lean on Ros Horton, Market at Dothan for support -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary, I agree. How to we think strategically and long-term to make this a lasting shift?
The latest recommendations from ADPH may be found at:http://www.alabamapublichealth.gov/legal/orders.html and http://www.alabamapublichealth.gov/news/2020/index.html.As this situation evolves, ADPH will provide updates on their COVID-19 web page at: http://www.alabamapublichealth.gov/infectiousdiseases/2019-coronavirus.html
Kristin. The biggest challenge to changing behavior is changing attitudes and beliefs. This pandemic is a huge attitude and belief shifter.
@Kristin and @Gary - in a few minutes we'll be taking volunteers for folks who want to think about the longer-term strategic response... y'all wanna volunteer?
I got asked to submit a story to the group Creative Mornings Birmingham - I can definitely use that platform to talk about what we want consumers to know.
That sounds really interesting Elise
You've probably seen this: https://www.fda.gov/food/food-safety-during-emergencies/food-safety-and-coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19
yes! and ask for your input even if you didn't raise your hand
My battery may die before we get done
Thanks for info. will pass to my contacts. Will forward the recording when available to contacts across the state.
well said, hughey, we have to cooperate!
It was wonderful talking to so many of you by phone. Ya'll give me hope!
everyone stay safe! Be Blessed! We will over come this!
so much love yall