The money is for a year-long project entitled “Growing a More Successful Markets Network” and involves, initially, six markets from across the region: Creetown, Wigtown, Langholm, Moffat, Lockerbie and Dumfries,.
The project will support the development and promotion of the participating markets, and it will encourage new farmers’ markets, such as Kirkcudbright Farmers and Producers Market, which launches next month, to join in with collaborative activities.
As well as the Community Food Fund award, the project is also being financially supported by Dumfries and Galloway Council and by the six markets themselves.
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