Telling Your Farm & Food Story

Share your story with the right people.

A closeup of a farmer holding a big basket of vegetables picked from the garden

Learn best practices for marketing your food or agriculture business on any platform.

From print to social media to networking, we will share the most efficient and impactful ways to share your story, and build followers.

Come ready to learn, and leave with your very own marketing plan.

This is the perfect time of year to get ahead of building your market!

By attending this workshop, you will gain the following:

  • Learn business development practices for growth and retention
  • Create a peer-to-peer network for support and ongoing ideas to grow your food or agriculture business
  • Take the time to create a plan that is turn-key and ready to generate more traffic to your business

Who should attend? Any small business owner connected to food and agriculture who is looking to scale their venture and grow their network!

Register for an upcoming workshop

Month Location  
April Fairmont Register
May New Ulm Register
June St. James Register
September Waseca Register
November 2, 2023 Gaylord Event Cancelled
November 16, 2023 Virtual Register
November 16, 2023 Waseca Event Cancelled

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Coffee and light snacks will be provided.

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About the Facilitator: Andrea Lynn

Andrea Lynn is a lifelong entrepreneur. Beginning her career with the fastest-growing, and now largest fitness franchise in the world, she opened six businesses in her early twenties. Then, moved on to consult entrepreneurs from all over the world. She can intuitively seek out weak links and suggest strengthening all aspects of business, marketing, branding, and organizational culture.

Most recently, for the last seven years, her passion lies in multi-channel marketing, and now as a 4th-year farmer, she merges her know-how in driving traffic to businesses, and her love of farming, to offer this course in marketing your farm and food business.

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