Local Dirt: Beyond Marketing. Find Buyers, Sell Online, Source and Buy Product...Yourself Webinar


Update: Local Dirt is no longer in operation.

Watch the webinar on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogLWsx15JjI

About the webinar
From word of mouth, to Facebook and Twitter, there are many free and easy ways to tell people about your farm and take orders. In this webinar, recorded on March 15, 2011, the presenters describe some of the easiest and best known free ways to market and sell farm products in your local area, and describe a new free system to find buyers and manage your price sheets.

About the presenters
Heather Hilleren founded Local Dirt to strengthen the connections between family farms and interested local buyers. Heather's commitment to local foods began with her own family farm and deepened over 10 years in the natural food industry. 

Kassie Rizzo loves everything about food, from producing it to enjoying the very last bite. Her experiences on the farm and in the restaurant industry give her insight into how to best help customers at Local Dirt.

Find Local Dirt at http://localdirt.com/

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Published February 17, 2011

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