The people who run the UDC farmers market are seeking your feedback. What do you like? What could they add? What could they improve?
More below from Leslie Malone, the marketing and communications manager for UDC College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences:
Do you shop at the UDC farmers market? Every Saturday morning, from May until late November, you can find the market on the 4300 block of Connecticut Ave. As we head toward the end of the season, the UDC CAUSES Center for Sustainable Development wants to hear your thoughts on this market and your take on farmers markets in general.
As a research institution, we conduct user surveys and analyze the results. We are especially seeking to document changes in behavior, as well as identify opportunities for further improvement.
And as a land grant institution, CAUSES integrates teaching, research and community outreach to meet the goals of the USDA land-grant mission – to provide non-formal educational learning and activities to the community that are based on research education; ultimately, creating positive change for the communities we serve.
We appreciate your patronage of the UDC farmers market and hope that you will spare a few minutes of your time to complete the survey below. No luck with that? You’ll also find the survey here.
The UDC farmers market is open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 4340 Connecticut Avenue. It will close for the season on Saturday, November 21st, the weekend before Thanksgiving.