Farmers get grants for market costs


REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio – Nearly $15,000 in cost-share advertising funds were recently awarded to 10 Ohio farmers’ markets through Ohio’s Rural Rehabilitation Program, according to Ohio Department of Agriculture Director Robert Boggs.
Ohio’s more than 140 nonprofit farmers’ market operations were eligible to participate in the program, which was created to increase the number of participating farm vendors and to boost consumer traffic.
Markets. Ten of these markets received cost-share advertising funds for fiscal year 2007-2008:

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