- Published on Sunday, 14 April 2013 03:37
- Published on Thursday, 11 April 2013 15:05
Today is a big day for the UMSFP!
Lindsey MacDonald, Lauren Beriont, and Sarah Schwimmer will be presenting about the Sustainable Food Program for the President's Advisory Group this afternoon. Their presentation will detail our journey to build the UMSFP and lay out our vision , mission, and next-steps for the future. It's a huge honor to have been invited to present! Some pretty important people will be there to hear what we have to say, including President Coleman.
Later in the day, the SNRE Master's Project group (Liz Dengate, Allyson Green, Lindsey Mac, & Jerry Tyrrell)-- the people who started this amazing program-- will be giving their capstone presentation, sharing their story and their successes with everyone who attends.
Speaking of attendance, if you want to show your support for the UMSFP, come see their presentation! Wear your Kale to the Victors tee and come to Dana Room 1040 at 6pm.
As always, thanks for all your support; we couldn't do this without you.
Kale to the victors!
p.s. Don't have a Kale to the Victors tee yet? No worries, you can buy one in the Dana Commons from 2:30-4pm this afternoon!
- Published on Monday, 08 April 2013 14:47
- Published on Saturday, 06 April 2013 03:30
The Market Manager is a part-time seasonal position requiring up to 20 hours per week from April through October. The Manager oversees daily operations of the weekly Manchester Market, held in downtown Manchester, Thursdays from 4PM-8PM, May 9th- October 10th. In addition to weekly market days, the manager will be responsible for vendor outreach and management, recruitment, customer outreach and marketing, coordinating weekly entertainment, and overseeing volunteers and any associated events held at the market.
- Published on Friday, 05 April 2013 15:57
Market Overview: As part of the Ann Arbor Farmers Market, the Wednesday Evening Farmers Market is a food-focused, all-local farmers market showcasing a variety of produce, prepared food carts, and artisan food vendors, all of whom have grown or produced what they sell, as close to Ann Arbor as possible. The market features live music, a beer and wine garden, and periodic educational events and chef demos. The Market is currently seeking an Intern to assist staff at the Market Wednesday evenings from June – October, as well as spend an additional 5 - 10 hours per week assisting staff with Market related projects. The position will begin in May to allow time for orientation and training. This position is unpaid.