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Join Us

MEMBERSHIP

Allows you to become a more integral part of a community that cares deeply about regenerative agriculture, farms, farmers, artisanal producers, chefs, homesteading, and local food economies.
 
Members of Red Acre Center transform our ambitions into success, and we encourage you to continue supporting our work by becoming a member. Membership not only gets you perks and discounts but also magnifies our voice when advocating for food & farm policies, broadens our collective wisdom when we explore ideas and best practices and ensures our organization remains connected to those on the ground, in the kitchen, and out in the field, all working to build a better food system.

Red Acre Center Farm to Fork Dinner Robe

Help us reach

the goal of

250 new members

every year!

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Member of a guild

Annual Newsletter

Swag (Stickers & Button)

Listing on the website (If you prefer to remain private, we respect that choice)

*Access to an analyst within the RAC mission statement

Listed on website map food or agriculture related businesses

Discounts from Marketplace participnts

Member Sign chose 14″ x 10″ metal sign or 2′ x 2′ vinyl banner.

Listing as business or community partner

1 Apron

Lifetime Red Acre Center Membership pin

Never have to renew again

Number of tickets

Utah Farm and Food conference discount

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*Membership levels with access to our analyst include general direction and triage. Time and resource constraints sometimes require priority given to those who have been members for more than 6 months. Analyst time beyond general direction and consultation may be subject to RAC approval. When deemed necessary for the RAC mission such as but not limited to farmers, farms, agriculture, artisanal producers, chefs, homesteading, cottage food, raw milk, HB 181 (Home consumption and homemade food act), HB 94, Microenterprise Kitchens, small restaurants, farmers markets, herd-shares, meat, state legislation, and local ordinances and at the discretion of RAC a more extensive analyst and attorney resources are made available at these membership levels.