What other CT 10% Partners are doing!
Right click the banner image or visit our partner resources page to download as a png and post to your FB page.
- Like BuyCTGrown from your business & personal page. Stay updated with our events, features and updates by Liking us on FaceBook.
- Invite your friends to like our page too. Share events and pictures with us.
- Change your cover photo (using the banner image above) to show your fans and friends that you've taken the pledge!
Are you or your business on twitter?
- Follow us: @buyctgrown
- Promote #buyctgrown when you post about local foods, goods and events.
CT 10% Partner, CT Restaurant Week tweets about weekend fun, promoting buyCTgrown.
Logo Sharing on Your Website
Promote to your website visitors that you've taken the pledge using our Partner logo. If you need additional graphics or digital files from us, visit our Partner Resource page.
Bishop's Orchards announces their 10% pledge on bishopsorchards.com
Add the buyCTgrown widget to your website
The Farmer's Cow updated their website and added this Real Local page
If you have a newsletter, electronic or printed, consider including a brief section about the 10% Campaign.
You are welcome to copy and paste the following text:
Discover CT Food and Gardening Culture on buyCTgrown.com
Have you heard about buyCTgrown and the CT 10% Campaign? We have and couldn't wait to share it with you! buyCTgrown is a place discover CT Grown goods and experience CT agriculture. It's an great local resource for finding CT Grown food, farm-to-fork restaurants, food trails, farm tours, and statewide events relating to food and gardening culture. While your there, check out the CT 10% Campaign and take the pledge to go local! The CT10% campaign asks you to spend 10% of your existing food and gardening dollars on locally grown goods (including your meals purchased at farm to fork restaurants). Check them out at www.buyCTgrown.com.
Connecticut Farm Bureau Association's newsletter highlights CT maple syrup and the CT 10% Campaign
We believe humans are collaborative by nature and want to work together to solve complex problems. Local food is the way we can make meaningful connections to each other and build strong, resilient, healthy communties that are ready to tackle challenges together. Farmers' markets, CSAs, and pick-your-own farms are among the communities we seek to enable and grow.