Fair Food Network is a non-profit, based in Ann Arbor Michigan, that is focused on building a more sustianable and just food system. Their resource page includes food access related links to reports, case studies, and policy and advocacy tools.
The Farmers Market Coalition resource library is intended for vendors, farmers, market managers, inspectors, and consumers and covers a wide range of topics including funding, promotion and marketing, insurance and liability, management and operations, EBT and evaluation. The coalition’s website offers resources for farmers markets including webinars, and policy and advocacy tools.
This toolkit from the Food Research and Action Center provides information on funding for SNAP outreach activities; including competitive grants, outreach grants and reimbursements, and strategies to increase access to SNAP.
This how-to guide to accepting SNAP benefits at farmers markets addresses how to install EBT machines, how to become a SNAP retailer, and how to make sure a SNAP EBT program succeeds at a farmers market. The handbook also provides case studies and offers examples of successful farmers market EBT programs.