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Save the Date
We're excited to announce the 2023 Mobile Market Summit, and we're leaving Buffalo, NY for the first time! Please save March 13-14 for our 5th annual Mobile Market Summit in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The Mobile Market Summit is a convening built for those operating or planning to open mobile produce markets, as well as researchers, funders, and supporters of mobile market work.
Click the button below to keep an eye out for regular updates as we build the agenda, open registration, and more.
Along with bringing in inspiring speakers from around the food system, we love including mobile market experts as presenters. Have an idea that you are interested in presenting at the Mobile Market Summit? Click the button below and fill out our brief form. We are particularly interested in presentations on the following: innovative fundraising examples, new market models and programs, data gathering and reporting, working in local agriculture, and more.
As a part of our ongoing effort to expand the free resources of the Veggie Van Toolkit, we release regular content updates. This month, we have published a new section on social media marketing, complete with ways to connect with your audience, tips for making a social media plan, case studies, and a gallery of sample social media posts from partner organizations.
Do you have a topic you'd like to see covered or expanded in the Veggie Van Toolkit? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.
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The Veggie Van Training Center (VVTC) supports local and regional food systems by helping to start, expand, and improve mobile produce market programs and provides training, reporting, and evaluation for organizations and professionals working to launch and/or expand a mobile market or other food access program. The center is run by the Community Health Intervention Lab (CHIL) within the Department of Community Health and Health Behavior at the University at Buffalo School of Public Health and Health Professions.