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ADAP is offering reusable signs to interested Hawaii’s Farmers Markets vendors.  The green corrugated plastic signs come with a rewritable surface for noting the item’s price, and place of origin.  Food security is an important issue in Hawaii because of geographic isolation, our reliance on fossil fuels, and our reliance on imported foods.  The only way to reduce our reliance on imported foods is to support our local farmers – by purchasing their goods, and encouraging others to do so, too.  ADAP’s farmers market signs promote local farms, local produce, and have an additional space for a food safety certification sticker.  Our hopes are that these signs will replace the commonly seen cardboard paper signs. 

 Purchases are handled through PayPal for security and accounting purposes.  Items are shipped to your home or business.  The signs are free, but there is a small fee for packaging and shipping.  To ensure that all growers and farmers market vendors across the state have equal access to these items, they will only be available through this website. 

Placard-type signs - 7.75" x 5"  
     Set of 35   $8.75 for packaging & shipping
     Set of 50   $12.50 for packaging & shipping
Vertical signs    -     5" x 23.75"  
     Set of 35   $8.75 for packaging & shipping
     Set of 50   $12.50 for packaging & shipping














The Agricultural Development in the American Pacific (ADAP) Project is a federally funded research demonstration project, founded in 1988. The reusable farmers market signs were developed with a grant from the USDA (grant no. 2008-38826-19179).

Agriculture Development in the American Pacific (ADAP) project
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