A new farmers market is being proposed for downtown Madison. We are trying to assess the level of interest of consumers in the community for a farmers' market. Providing answers to these questions will help gather information and build a market that provides the products and services you desire.
Have you ever shopped at a farmers market before?
If local farmers were to offer their agricultural products at a neighborhood farmers market, how often would you shop there?
What products should be available for purchase at a local farmers market?
How far would you travel to shop at a farmers market?
Where do you think would be the best location for a farmers market in this community? Why?
What days of the week would be the most convenient for you to shop at a farmers market?
What is the most important time of the day for you to shop at a farmers market?
How would you like to be informed about the farmers market once it is established?
Including yourself, how many people live in your household?
How old is the main food shopper in your home?
Do you have any suggestions you would like to offer the committee planning the new farmers market?
Would you like to participate in the planning committee for a new farmers market for the community? If so please provide your contact information below.
Thank you for your cooperation. The information you have provided will help us to determine the level of support a new farmers market will have in the community. It will also help us to develop a farmers market best suited to the community's interests.
The Rev-Up Madison group met this evening at 7 p.m. at the Hill Chiropractic Center on Main Street.
Rev-Up Madison's primary goal is to clean up downtown Madison, while embracing projects and events that will help promote, educate and enhace the experience of living and working in downtown Madison.
On May 20-21, the town will be visited by an assessment team from the West Virginia Development Office. These individuals are coming to the area to assess the strengths, weaknesses and opportunities of the downtown area.
The group decided it will host another QVC auction on May 16, a Saturday, to raise funds.
On Saturday, April 18, Rev-Up will join other civic-oriented groups such as Massey Spousal Group and the Madison Fire Department, by working on another facade improvement project while the other groups clean up litter and clean the streets of Main Street.
Rev-Up member and WVU Extension agent Robin Bailey Bunch invited any interested person to the Get Motivated Conference that will be held in Charleston. According to Robin, the WVU Extension Office has 40 extra tickets for anyone interested in attending on Tuesday, May 12, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.