Posted on Thursday, April 8th, 2010 by Megan

The FoodHub team just grew exponentially

We just trained our first set of FoodHub Ambassadors!

It’s like cloning without the messy ethical issues. Now there are four times the number of people out in the field representing FoodHub to food buyers and sellers.

Please join us in welcoming Gorge Grown Network, Columbia Blue Mountain RC&D, Friends of French Prairie, Good Company (representing Eugene Water & Electric Board), and Willamette Farm & Food Coalition to the team.

What’s a FoodHub Ambassador?
FoodHub Ambassadors represent FoodHub either in a specific geographic area or to a particular category of food buyer or seller.

Should you or your organization become a FoodHub Ambassador?
Does your organizational work plan already include a mandate to connect food buyers and sellers? Including FoodHub in your on-going activities may help you reach your goals. Do you represent a university department, extension agency, or economic development bureau already tasked with helping producers strengthen their marketing capacity? FoodHub can be another tool in your tool belt. Are you someone that already interacts with a wide variety of food buyers and/or sellers and hopes to see them succeed? FoodHub could strengthen your efforts.

Please join us! Learn more about the FoodHub Ambassador program and how to apply here.

Please apply or be in touch with us by Thursday, May 6th. The next two FoodHub Ambassador trainings are scheduled for:

  • Seattle, WA: Tuesday, May 11th, 1 – 3:30 pm
  • Enterprise, OR: Wednesday, May 19th, 1 – 3:30 pm

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