Become a Fan: Boulder County Farmers’ Market. New Facebook Page.

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on May 20, 2009
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boulder farmers market facebook page

Why would we bother to post about a Facebook page? Because, of course, Facebook is more than a multi-kajillion dollar company that’s hardly making any money at all. Because it’s more than Big Brother with a nice orderly soft blue and white and gray color scheme. Because it’s more than a place to post photos of yourself looking fabulous/hungover/in the process of getting hungover. Because Facebook is about communication, fundamentally, and a Facebook Page is a great, free way for your local Farmers’ Market (wherever you live) to get the good word out. To share photos, videos and news, sign up for their newsletter, get word on CSAs, comment and converse…whether you work for the Farmers’ Market or shop there.

So Join the Boulder County Farmers’ Market new Facebook page. And then, naturally, you’ll wind up going even more often. And that’s what we here at elephant journal dot com editorial mission all about: helping good things get the good word out.


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One Response to “Become a Fan: Boulder County Farmers’ Market. New Facebook Page.”

  1. Jared at 5:12pm May 27
    Check out the documentary FRESH on this very topic….my wife and I attended the DC screening and it was PACKED and SOLD OUT. Panel discussion was great! You guys should interview the director! here is the link:

    Kirsten at 8:16pm May 27
    Wow, just watched the clip and it looks like a great doc. Everyone I know is growing something to feed life. I like that guy that said he was a caretaker of creation. Beautiful.