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Grow Benzie Farm Class Series: Internet & Traditional Marketing

Grow Benzie Farm Class Series: Internet & Traditional Marketing

 What? Grow Benzie Farm Class Series: Internet & Traditional Marketing. Participants will increase their understanding of digital marketing and the importance of internet presence, social media and traditional advertising for building their business and audience reach. Guest presenter is Aubrey Ann Parker, co-owner of the Betsie Current ( BetsieCurrent.com ).  Who? Farmers, beginning producers, retiring/transitioning producers, organic producers, specialty crop producers, sustainable producers, value-added producers, small business owners.  When? Monday, September 10th from 6:00p-8:00p  Why? Sponsored by the USDA-Risk Management Agency and in partnership with Crosshatch Center for Art & Ecology, this workshop aims to share knowledge with producers to increase their viability and reduce financial, production, and marketing risks. Grow Benzie's goal is to deepen relationships between organizations, farmers, and the community.  How Much? $5 per person (Scholarships available, contact info@GrowBenzie.org or 231-882-9510)  Where? Grow Benzie: 5885 Frankfort Hwy (M115), Benzonia, 49616 Questions: 231-882-9510

What?
Grow Benzie Farm Class Series: Internet & Traditional Marketing. Participants will increase their understanding of digital marketing and the importance of internet presence, social media and traditional advertising for building their business and audience reach. Guest presenter is Aubrey Ann Parker, co-owner of the Betsie Current (BetsieCurrent.com).

Who?
Farmers, beginning producers, retiring/transitioning producers, organic producers, specialty crop producers, sustainable producers, value-added producers, small business owners.

When?
Monday, September 10th from 6:00p-8:00p

Why?
Sponsored by the USDA-Risk Management Agency and in partnership with Crosshatch Center for Art & Ecology, this workshop aims to share knowledge with producers to increase their viability and reduce financial, production, and marketing risks. Grow Benzie's goal is to deepen relationships between organizations, farmers, and the community.

How Much?
$5 per person
(Scholarships available, contact info@GrowBenzie.org or 231-882-9510)

Where?
Grow Benzie: 5885 Frankfort Hwy (M115), Benzonia, 49616
Questions: 231-882-9510

Earlier Event: September 7
5toONE Playgroup
Later Event: September 11
Grow Benzie Honey Harvest & Bee Treatment