If you are still interested in setting up a farmers' market on your university or college campus please do email us at email@example.com and we can share some useful resource and good practice with you.
Farmers’ markets are really adaptable food enterprises. They don't even have to be called farmer's markets, you may prefer to call it a 'food market' or a 'produce market'. A market can also be used as an opportunity to promote societies or even to link in with other regular university or college events. However you decide to set up your market, we recommend starting off small with perhaps just a handful of stalls once a term.
Essentially a farmers' market is a place on campus where students and staff, as well as members of the public, have the opportunity to buy fresh locally produced food. The added bonus is everyone can meet the food producers to discover exactly where their food has come from.
Good for you, good for your institution, good for your community