Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Small Fruit News - availability and reader survey

 

Hello, everyone,

The Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium is a group of stakeholders interested in small fruit production, representing growers, agents and university faculty in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Tennessee.  The Consortium publishes a quarterly newsletter, the Small Fruit News (https://smallfruits.org/category/small-fruit-news/).  Last year, the SFN newsletter was revamped, and a new editorial board established.  For the first three issues for 2020, articles were posted as web articles alone.  The Fall issue (https://smallfruits.org/category/small-fruit-news/fall-2020/) also contains a link to a PDF version.

We have posted a survey for readers to weigh in on utility of Small Fruit News, and in particular your desire to include a PDF option.  Could you please take a few minutes and respond to the survey?  The link is included below.

Small Fruit News Feedback Survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf8Uvd9QDTJz59lkw4VUBUWoR0fQBRNJye3SwYF7zF0Ro-AbA/viewform

You can get find out more about the Small Fruit Consortium at: https://smallfruits.org/

Thanks for your help in keeping the Small Fruit News useful!

Doug P.

Small Fruit News - availability and reader survey

  Hello, everyone, The Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium is a group of stakeholders interested in small fruit production, representing...

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