Launching at a public meeting

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Stroud Community Agriculture put up big blank posters at their first public meeting with headings asking questions such as “What would you want from a farm project?” and “What can you offer?”. Other posters invited people to get involved in planning the project, and people were given contact forms to fill in so they could be added to the mailing list, enabling them to keep updated on the project’s progress, to contribute further ideas or to donate money. They describe the meeting as “pretty chaotic” and “wide-ranging” but note that plenty of enthusiasm was generated.

Source: The Story of Community Supported Agriculture in Stroud