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April 17th, 2017

MDFMA Seeking New Board of Directors Members

by Amy Crone
Here at MDFMA, we are thrilled that markets are beginning to open and are looking forward to another great market season, and continued growth of our organization. To do this well, we need more Board of Directors members to help us.
We are seeking to fill several Board spots, and in particular are seeking an inclusive group that is representative of more geographic regions in the state of Maryland. We seek engaged individuals ready to jump in to help further our mission as we grow and enter into a strategic planning process. For more information on what becoming a Board member entails, please see the MDFMA Board of Directors Description.

If you want to join our Board fill out this MDFMA Board of Directors Interest Form to let us know more about you and why you would be a good fit.

Thank you in advance for your support of our work – either through submitting a Board interest form or by forwarding this information to someone who you feel would be a good fit – we are excited to continue working to advance healthy eating, improve food access and justice, and support the agricultural communities that grow our food.
About the Author Amy Crone Amy Crone

Amy’s passion for food starting in her aunt & uncle’s garden, a lovely log cabin by a NH lake where she first learned to preserve and pickle. She has always wanted to help people, and completed her degrees in international development in hopes of combining this interest with her love of travel. After working in the field of international development, then in federal government, then in a think tank, and then in state government, Amy decided that she wanted to explore explore her entrepreneurial interests. These included: starting a nonprofit (MDFMA), developing a national technology solution to provide farmers market and farmers access to accepting SNAP, building several websites, and becoming a Board member in local organizations. She is happy to be able to follow her passion of improving local food systems and the health of all Marylanders by getting them to buy more fresh local food at Maryland farmers markets. Amy’s other main interests are her husband & 2 children, Crossfitting, and traveling to any location that has interesting and delicious ~preferably local~ food.