Farm Direct Incentives Guide

Anti-Racism in Farmers’ Markets: A Toolkit for Markets and their teams

This toolkit, created by a group of BIPOC food systems experts and white allies in Canada, was developed to assist in the shared goal of making Farmers Markets more equitable for farmers of colour, especially Black and Indigenous farmers, who have historically and are currently being shut out of the benefits of participating in Farmers Markets. We know that Farmers Markets are powerful platforms to advance local food, incubate small business, support small scale farming, reduce environmental impacts, and build community. That is why it is important to share access to these benefits, with those who face the most challenges. This document will be an ever-evolving, growing hub for actions, resources, tools and networks to continue this vital and important work into the future.
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