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Farmers 'marketing ideas' seminar planned for March

3:46 PM, Feb. 21, 2013  |  Comments

A marketing seminar for farmers, gardeners and food entrepreneurs will be held on Saturday, March 23 in Green Bay. Sessions at the seminar will focus on marketing psychology, pricing products, how to broadcast the fruits of your labor using social media, as well as discussion of forming a producers cooperative in northeast and eastern Wisconsin.

Keynote speaker for the seminar will be Dr. Debra Pearson, an expert in Omega-3 and -6 fatty acids, who will discuss how farm practices result in food nutritional differences.

Attendees are encouraged to bring their marketing materials for evaluation and to enter into a contest. A supper featuring local and sustainable fare will be served as part of the seminar.

Cost of the seminar is $15. Pre-registration is requested by March 20.

Seminar is co-sponsored by Glacierland Resource Conservation & Development, along with Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.

For more information, visit the "Events" page on Glacierland RC&D's Website at www.glacierlandrcd.org; or call Glacierland RC&D at 920-465-3006.

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