LITTLE RED HEN... AND FLOCK
Public Markets like Pike Place in Seattle, Redding Terminal in Pennsylvania and Westside Market in Cleveland used public funds to get started. In San Diego, the City wouldn't do it. The Port said no. No County property donated, or big developers who want to step up.
So we're creating the San Diego Public Market ourselves. But unlike the Little Red Hen in the story, we have a flock of supporters. Ready to join in? Even a few dollars will add to what we need to build this new public gathering place and small business incubator, and we're offering cool rewards to those who help.
Take a look at our Kickstarter Campaign to see what we're up to, and how you can look back and say you helped build the San Diego Public Market. Whether or not you can donate, you can help by spreading the word. Put the Kickstarter link on your Facebook page (and LIKE ours!), tweet it, email your friends.
Great cities all around the world have vibrant public markets and a network of neighborhood farmers' markets. We want the same for San Diego. A few dollars at a time, we can make a magical place. Thanks for joining our flock!