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The How to's and
What for's of
Online Farmers' Markets
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This program is to assist individual farmers, groups of farmers and community members interested in farmers' markets and buying clubs get set up and running online. . This program can be customized depending on the audience and the topics of most interest to them and it’s FREE!
For more information or to set up a workshop and/or one-on-one session:
Call Tricia Cook at (207)778-3885 or email her at email@example.com
Taking “Networked” to a New Level:
Cluster Initiatives in Western Maine
Here at WMA, we think cluster initiatives build on the best of networks, community planning and economic development – the success of local agriculture is one good example. In 2011, WMA’s Board used this "white paper" to consider how collaborative cluster initiatives could provide a framework for applying limited resources more strategically, and achieving better economic outcomes for the region. Tell us what you think by commenting on Facebook or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Cluster Initiatives in Western Maine (185MG pdf)