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10+ Ways to Stay Connected With ASAP After BOF!

Our 10th annual Business of Farming Conference has come and gone, but we’ve still got at least one special conference ‘top 10’ list up our sleeve! This post-event recap shares 10+ ways (there are just too many!) attendees—and farmers and local foodies that couldn’t make it—can stay connected with ASAP throughout 2013.

10+ Ways to Stay Connected With ASAP After BOF

  1. Visit our new website at for information about our programs and resources not in your conference notebook.
  2. Sign up for one or all of our e-newsletters.
  3. Like us on Facebook for the very latest ASAP updates and local food news.
  4. Follow us on Twitter for quick food and farming sound bites.
  5. Find us and your food and farming peers right here on, which contains our blog, events calendar, and classified ads; postings can be submitted to our calendar or classifieds using simple forms free of charge.
  6. List your farm or business in our Local Food Guide.
  7. Locate local farms and food products, and find out what’s in season and where to get it, via our new free mobile app.
  8. Check out our Growing Minds Farm to School Program and resources at
  9. Visit us at Asheville City Market and Asheville City Market South.
  10. Become AG certified as a farm, tailgate market, restaurant, distributor, or grocer.
  11. Subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  12. Subscribe to our list serve.
  13. Pin with us on Pinterest.
  14. Participate in our Farm Tour weekend, September 21-22.
  15. Learn about Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and be a part of one of our annual CSA Fairs: in Asheville on March 21 from 3 to 6 pm; in the High Country on March 18 from 4:30-6:30 pm.

See you there next year!

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