What is it that The Wild Ramp does?

The answer to that question is long, very long. So in order to show you what the Wild Ramp does, we have created an annual report. We handed this out during our 2017 Stakeholders meeting but wanted to make sure that everyone was able to see what gets done here.

You have seen us in the store. The staff and volunteers working hard and the customers enjoying the fresh produc2016 By the Numberse and local products. But behind the scenes, there are many more hours invested by those who pay the bills, review the budgets, schedule the events, and work towards creating a modern space full of everything that makes the Wild Ramp what it is.

The farmers work with the staff to ensure product availability, while others write articles to help the “buy local” cause. Still, others develop and offer training to farmers and new producers to help them offer the best products and ensure they make a profit.

Then there are those who are our very loyal supporters. The single guy who stops in after work to pick up dinner and the mom who shops weekly in order to feed her family the very freshest and best meals available. The couples of all age ranges who come in and grab a cup of coffee and select their favorite items.  Young and old, singles and families, friends and neighbors…. your all an important part of the Wild Ramp family and you keep us going.

We would like to thank all of our supporters, those who shop with us, those that contribute to our cause, and those who fight the fights that occur. You make Huntington a little brighter by helping us serve the community.  We are interested in your thoughts and ask you to share your experiences with us. Next time you are in the market, please grab a survey card. On that card, there is a QR that can be scanned with your phone and link you to a short survey. Or, you can use a computer to complete the survey. Either way, it is very short and will help us to provide you with the best service we can.

2016 TWR annual report

 

BethAnn Earl

A retired Navy Veteran who is finding solace in farming and helping to build local food sustainability. Together with my hubby, we farm 108 acres in southern Ohio.

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About BethAnn Earl

A retired Navy Veteran who is finding solace in farming and helping to build local food sustainability. Together with my hubby, we farm 108 acres in southern Ohio.
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