2014 MEETING SCHEDULE:
Bi- Monthly SMM Meetings
2015: Thursdays 1/15, 3/19, 5/14, 7/23, 10/15 at Christ Church in Gardiner 1-4pm
Daylong Gathering in Belfast: November 12th, 2015
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Organized by many amazing individuals and cooperatives… this is a great opportunity to participate in a development course for worker, producer and hybrid cooperatives. Cooperative Design Lab Information
Thanks to the skillful planning of our co-hosts Eleanor Kinney from SMM, Jo D. Saffeir from EFN, Peter Taylor from MCF and Elizabeth Sprague from MFT, a busload of funders fully benefited from an inspiring and educational 2-day tour of … Continue reading
It’s time. If you have been planning to come, but haven’t taken the time to register, now is the moment. Just click on the link below to reserve your space. Registration for the 5th Annual Slow Money Maine Daylong Gathering
5th Annual Slow Money Maine Daylong Gathering in right around the corner! Tom Stearns is a highly knowledgeable and engaging speaker. This is a great article from USA today, published last year, about the Slow Money Movement and High Mowing. … Continue reading
Three Free Hatchery Workshops this Fall at MaineStream Finance in Rockland. If you’ve ever considered starting your own business, some free classes in Rockland can help you decide if entrepreneurship is right for you. These introductory workshops take a close … Continue reading
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Slow Money Maine will hold its 5th annual daylong event on November 13th at the Hutchinson Center in Belfast, from 9-3:30. Once again, offerings will include engaging food system presenters, lively discussions, healthful lunch and extended networking opportunities. Register Here … Continue reading
A fun photo from a beautiful event… Ted Quaday from MOFGA , Bonnie Rukin of Slow Money Maine and Amanda Beal from Rocky Ridge Dairy Farm.
View the newsletter from MCED to find out about their upcoming offerings.
Collaborating for a resilient world - Strengthening our collective impact Why a Better Together Summit? - Because there are so many of us now – working in different ways to enhance the relationships among people, communities and na- ture. … Continue reading