Tuesday, December 1, 2009

We need your input!

Got 5 minutes to spare? We're inviting everyone in the Eating Ithaca audience to participate in our audience survey and share your honest feedback on our website. This is not something we plan to do very often, but we're working hard behind the scenes to make our website and podcast as good as they can be, so we'd love to hear from as many of you as possible.

CLICK HERE TO TAKE OUR SURVEY

Our survey has now ended. Thanks to everyone who participated!

Need more incentive? The great people at Ithaca Coffee Company and Triphammer Wines & Spirits have graciously donated two $25 gift cards for their stores, which we'll be giving away to two lucky survey respondents!

Please take 5 minutes to answer some questions for us. We promise it's all anonymous and you won't get spammed or put on any lists. But you could win a $25 gift card from a great local foods company, and even if you don't win you'll be helping us make Eating Ithaca a bigger and better part of our local foods community.

Thanks!

4 comments:

mhaithaca said...

I was filling out the survey, but I gave up when it griped that I'd left one of the "essay questions" blank and wouldn't let me proceed. Ah well. :-)

EATING ITHACA said...

Sorry to hear you had a problem with the survey, Mark. If you could email me more specifics, I'll see what I can do to fix the problem.

We tried not to ask for any answers that need more than a few words for the open-ended questions, and certainly no "essays" are expected or required. :)

Thanks for checking it out!

-Dave

EATING ITHACA said...

We've fixed the problem you experienced, Mark. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. It should work smoother now...

-Dave

Barbara said...

Dear Allison,
I grew up in Ithaca, and fondly remember Rothschilds and the old Ithaca Hotel, and Christmas lights on State Street. Moved down-Lake to Aurora nearly 40 years ago, where I have farmed since my stint at Wells.

Our landscape has changed. I learned your name as author of an article in Edibile, NY where you featured "large cabbage". Strange to me how you glorified factory farming. Seems incongruous...edible cabbage nourished by millions of gallons of liquid factory farm cowshit,,,oh God, how edible is that, especially with the ecoli outbreak in California that sent thousands headfirst to the toilet. Edible NY cabbage, yum...oh I think they aerial spray it too.

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