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Communications / Promotional

Water First for Thirst Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides great information on the health benefits of choosing water over sugar-sweetened beverages and presents useful statistics about water consumption in our country.  

If you support water as the first choice for satisfying your thirst, please consider taking the Water First for Thirst pledge.  A link to the pledge is available at the bottom of the fact sheet.  

Working Group(s): 
Health & Nutrition

George Jones Farm Discovery Camp 2015

This is a fantastic summer day camp opportunity for children ages 6-14 who are interested in learning about ecology, farming & permaculture.  The George Jones Memorial Farm and Nature Preserve is a dynamic space filled with many opportunities for fun and learning.  The 70-acre space is a working organic farm with greenhouses, natural buildings, sustainable energy projects, livestock, and more.... Read more »

2015 Produce Perks Postcard - Spanish Translation

The Spanish translation of the 2015 Produce Perks postcard which lists the names, locations, hours, and public transportation routes to all participating farmers' markets. 

2015 Produce Perks Postcard

The 2015 Produce Perks postcard listing participating markets in Cuyahoga County, as well as information concerning the acceptance of WIC and Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program vouchers at each site.

Ohio State University Extension—Cuyahoga County Receives $152,571 through USDA’s Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive Grant Program as part of Wholesome Wave’s $3.77 Million Grant... Read more »

This shopping list is featured in our 2014 Community Food guide and it is provided here for repeated use.

Vendor Payment Poster

For use at invidividual vendor stands at participating farmers' market locations. Should be printed on 8.5''x14'' paper and laminated for use with wipe off markers or clips to market forms of payment accepted.

Market managers recommend all vendors post in similar, high-visible locations on their tent (i.e., all vendors post on right side of tent flap during market hours).