Farmers’ Market Vendor Workshops – Toronto, Grimsby & Uxbridge

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Greenbelt Farmers Market Network presents:

Money Matters and Gearing Up For a Successful Season

with Michelle Wolf, Director of Training for Farmers' Markets of Nova Scotia

Join us for this practical, inspiring, hands-on learning day, focused on helping farmers' market vendors build solid businesses that make money and meet their lifestyle goals.

Key topics:

  • Effective goal-setting strategies that save time and make money
  • How tweaking your 'money mindset' can result in higher day-of market sales and increased revenue over the year
  • A simple, effective cost-capturing pricing formula to ensure your business is profitable
  • How your competition can actually help you grow your business
  • In-person and on-line 'relationship marketing' techniques to grow a loyal, dedicated core of customers who buy from you week after week

Choose from 3 Workshop Locations:


90 Croatia St, Toronto
Thursday April 23rd, 9:30 am - 3:30 pm


Station 1 Coffeehouse, 2nd Floor
28 Main Street E, Grimsby
Friday April 24th, 9:30 am - 3:30 pm


Trinity United Church Friendship Hall
20 First Ave, Uxbridge
Saturday April 25th, 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

Cost: $35 (HST included) for the day, including materials, coffee/tea, snacks and lunch. Click here to register. (If you cannot register online, give us a call.)

Payment Options:

For secure online payment using debit or credit, go to (Events Registration page) OR

Mail a cheque payable to FoodShare (our project host) to:

92 Concord Avenue
Toronto ON
M6H 2P3

Deadline to register and pay:

Friday, April 17th.
Spaces are limited, register early!

For more info, contact:

Anne Freeman or Hillary Barter  |  416-536-9103  |

The Greenbelt Farmers' Market Network (GBFMN) is a project funded by the Greenbelt Foundation which aims to increase the success of farmers' markets in the Greenbelt region. They develop research reports, create a space to share information, provide professional development opportunities for market organizers, allocate small grants to markets and farmers, and promote Greenbelt area markets. They work with a growing network of nearly 100 diverse farmers' markets, contributing to vibrant communities in and around the Greenbelt.