Facebook is an important communication platform if done appropriately. According to Guffey, Loewry, and Griffin (2019), avenues such as Facebook offer an interactive environment for individuals to engage with each other. A good Facebook group communication needs to be precise and interactive.
Group Name: Healthy Harvest Farmers Union
As a sustainable oriented group, Healthy Harvest Farmers Union is an organization offering farmers with education and training on best practices in modern farming. The Farmers market remains our greatest success story. This annual event began in our neighborhood and has now spread into other places. Through the event, we have been able to promote best practices among the framers and encouraged businesses in the neighborhoods to engage in sustainable practices. Our extension farming aims at teaching farmers innovative ways to manage their practices through regenerative agriculture. As an organization, we believe that in as much as it is important to have new thinking regarding the local and global food systems, we also require a new doing. Around the world, many individuals and organizations have come up with innovative ways and solutions to make farming more sustainable.
Through years of field visits and learning from others, Healthy Harvest Farmers Union is focused on highlighting these best practices around the world to its members. Today, the Healthy Harvest Farmers Union hopes to bridge domestic and international farming issues by highlighting how to solve challenges such as climate change, hunger, obesity, and other problems through sustainable farming. As a result, we continue to feature in our plans innovative solutions, which have been proven efficient and effective. These solutions require more research, attention, and funding and that is where we are heading as a group. Going forward, we will all require to work together to identify innovative ways to nourish yourself and protect nature.
As part of the strategy for the future, we promised to start from this year to organize for a community fair that will promote organic farmers, as well as businesses that have adopted sustainable practices. As part of the plans to actualize the program. We requested a grant from the federal funding. For the last few months, we have been waiting for a response to our application. We are pleased to announce to you that our request was accepted and now we are in a position to hold the community fair.
With this good news, we have a significant task ahead. Our focus now is to assemble the team and start calling firms to sell them booths. Based on the preliminary approximation, each booth should cost around $125.00. Our target is to have at least 50 businesses participating in this one-day event. As such, we need a city license permit, table rentals, and posters in different locations to market the event. The organizing team has proposed that we meet on Friday, June 19, starting at 7:00 pm at the Community Center to deliberate more on this issue. Meanwhile, the team has suggested that the event be held at The Legion Hall on Main Street on July 30th, 2020 from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Twitter limits the number of characters individuals can use (Kumar et al., 2018). This limitation implies that when creating a communication message it has to be short and precise. The following message will be used for the group’s Twitter communication.
Good news! Grant approved. Meeting on Friday, June 19, starting at 7:00 pm at the Community Center. Community Fair to be held at The Legion Hall on Main Street on July 30th, 2020 from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. Our focus now is to assemble the team and start calling firms to sell them booths. Based on the preliminary approximation, each booth should cost around $125.00.
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