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Sustainability and locally sourced goods are pressing issues in today’s society for many environmental, economic, and cultural reasons. Farmers markets are becoming a highly popular method of implementing these ideas. As universities have begun to address their own processes to support sustainable practices, appeal has grown for adding a farmers market on campus. Information pertaining to markets already created and the process of implementation is not readily available. This study seeks to explore the rationale for a campus farmers market as a sustainable development on a university campus and review the processes by which a market may be established as exemplified by the newly formed Farmers Market at East Tennessee State University.
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Grant, Jennifer, "Examination of a Farmers Market on a University Campus." (2013). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 163. http://dc.etsu.edu/honors/163
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