For over a year, staff members along with Studio Verde Creative, diligently renovated the existing website. The new site is more user-friendly, offers greater resources and information on programs and tools, and has the ability to sign up for and pay for such services as becoming a vendor or sponsor at the Livingston Farmers Market, attending educational workshops, purchasing tools, and donating to our work.
Some of the website’s new features include easy-to-navigate menus so visitors can quickly find what they are looking for, including rancher resources or farmer’s market information. It also allows users to interact with the appropriate staff member right from the start of their journey. For example, if you are interested in the carbon program, scroll to the bottom of that page and send a message to Chris, our program director. It’s that easy.
The site will constantly be updated with new industry information, current or upcoming WSE events, or other area organizations’ happenings that we know will be of interest to you. Visitors will also have access to all pre-recorded Bull Sessions. By going to the Rancher Network page, you will see the topic and brief description for the next session, plus an archived list of past sessions. This alone is a wealth of information regarding regenerative practices coming straight from the producers themselves—what better way to learn than from your peers.
Your Questions Are Easily Answered
If you have any questions regarding the Livingston Farmer’s Market or want to become a vendor or sponsor an event, all the information is at your fingertips with an easy-to-understand Market Details section. You will find links to program forms, the calendar of events, and other relevant information there.
Regarding markets, WSE is also well-versed in the ever-changing carbon and the soon-to-be reality, Ecosystems Services markets. Some big changes are happening this year, and you will be able to find timely information on these pages.
Useful and Relatable Content
The new site will start creating content, including producer stories to help ranchers through their regenerative journey and inform other visitors of how WSE is assisting on the ground; blogs to include regenerative techniques, industry updates, farmer’s market interest stories, and much more; plus, an events calendar to keep everyone informed as to what is coming up.
WSE has been making other significant strides this year with an updated CRM program and the second phase of the website launch to include a member area where producers can access the Regen Ranch Guide and their action reports, the live Bull Session link, and later this year the Land Health Dashboard. Look for the member login feature and Regen Ranch Guide launch later this month.