2017 SMM MEETING DATES
WEDNESDAYS: 10/4 at Christ Church in Gardiner 1-4pm
11/8/17: November Daylong Gathering in Belfast
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Recent SMM Buzz
- Could green crabs become a Maine delicacy?
- Misty Brook Farm is looking for a Sales Account Manager
- The Maine Network of Community Food Councils is hiring! Please help us spread the word.
- USM Food Studies Program: Closing Maine’s Hunger Gap: Exploring Myths, Realities, Solutions
- Maine Food Strategy Summer Newsletter
- CEI Entrepreneur Workshop
- Maine Policy Review — “Owning Maine’s Future: Fostering a Cooperative Economy in Maine”
- Dirt Capital Partners Hosts Farm Tour & Dinner at East Forty Farm
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Invasive green crabs responsible for decimating Maine’s soft-shell clam industry are being investigated for possible culinary purposes. Art conservator Jonathan Taggart, marine biologist Marissa McMahan, and Georgetown lobsterman Chris Jamison traveled to Venice last year to learn the secrets of harvesting green … Continue reading
Misty Brook Farm Sales Account Manager Type: Full-Time Position Albion, ME Category: Sales and Marketing OVERVIEW: Sales Account Manager for Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire OPPORTUNITY: Opportunity to be an integral part of the New England sustainable agriculture and local food … Continue reading
The Maine Network of Community Food Councils is hiring! Please help us spread the word. We are looking for a part time Network Coordinator. The MNCFC Coordinator helps to organize the proliferating network of Maine Food Councils. We’re looking for … Continue reading
This fall the University of Southern Maine Food Studies Program will be hosting a series entitled “Closing Maine’s Hunger Gap: Exploring Myths, Realities, Solutions.” One in six Mainers and one in four Maine children are food insecure. Hunger is on … Continue reading
The Maine Food Strategy summer newsletter is out!
Women’s Business Center – CEI BETTER RECORDS, BETTER BUSINESS TUESDAY, AUGUST 15 | 9-10:30am Venue: Portland Public Library 5 Monument Square, Portland, Maine, 04101, United States This workshop is designed to address accounting related record-keeping guidelines for small business owners. … Continue reading
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Thanks to Jacob Israelow and Benneth Phelps of Dirt Capital Partners, along with Allison Lakin and Neal Foley of East Forty Farm, for hosting a farm tour and dinner in Waldoboro on July 24th. A cool, rainy day did not … Continue reading
FocusMaine has a goal to stimulate the growth of between 5,000 to 12,000 direct traded jobs (primarily engaging in exports from Maine) and 14,000 to 32,000 indirect jobs(supplier and supports) over the course of the next ten years. Read full … Continue reading
Maine is the newest State to pass a food sovereignty Bill. Read full article here.