including the beautiful videos now featured on the front page of the MIFFS website- in an effort to increase MIFFS’s networking ability.
SAFS students interviewed three MIFFS farmers— Cornelius Williams, Denae Friedheim, and Farmers on the Move. They then utilized high quality video recording and editing devices to produce short story-telling videos to promote MIFFS brand image. The farmers interviewed are now featured on MIFFS' website on the Women and Multicultural Farmers pages.
"Food and community development are some of the most powerful tools in enhancing sustainability, both in agriculture and economics. Michigan Farmer Food Systems, opened me up to that reality. Working with this nonprofit showed me the value of having a strong network among the farming community. Getting to speak to the farmers one on one, visiting their businesses and getting to learn what the faculty at MIFFS does was inspiring. They not only seek to provide resources for our farmers, but also seek to enhance those connections between farmer and consumers."
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