Using Budgets to Help Farmers Markets Adapt to COVID-19’s Disruptive Impacts

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The first objective of this brief is to establish a more transparent and better understanding of the budgets of farmers market organizations. This document includes case studies with budgetary data from the Boulder County Farmers Markets (BCFM) in Colorado and the Pacific Coast Farmers Market Association (PCFMA) in the San Francisco Bay Area. The case studies are intended to help farmers market managers conceptualize the expenditures and revenue streams of markets with different organizational structures. This document provides markets across the U.S. with insight into the budgeting procedures of higher-capacity organizations and provides context for lower-capacity markets seeking to establish their own budgeting practices.

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