2016 MEETING SCHEDULE:
Bi- Monthly SMM Meetings
2016: Thursdays 1/14, 3/17, 5/12, 7/21, 9/15 at Christ Church in Gardiner 1-4pm
November Daylong Gathering in Belfast: 11/10/16
No Small Potatoes (NSP) Investment ClubFor more information and to download an application, click here.
Maine Organic Lenders (MOL) Investment ClubFor more information and to submit an application, click here.
Recent SMM Buzz
- FARMS (Focus on Agriculture in Rural Maine Schools) has new classes
- GPCOG (Greater Portland Council of Governments) & Fork Food Lab Project Update!!!
- “Get Your Business Online” Workshop by CEI
- Unity College seeks Farm and Field manager
- Feeding the Community
- Kids Eat Maine Carrots in Caribou
- Value Added Producer Grant Opportunity
- Maine Seafood Network Meeting
- USDA Grant opportunities
- Principle Six Cooperative Conference
- Growing Rice in Maine
- Kitchen Licensing Workshop
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Category Archives: Presentations
No stranger to what makes farming successful, Clara Coleman has a clear plan for a new collaborative farming model that responds to today’s particular challenges and embraces entrepreneurial diversification. She calls this the ARC Farming Project—Agrarian Resource Collaborative Farming—and she’s … Continue reading
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After a beautiful March snowstorm we met again at the Viles Arboretum to hear from inspiring presenters about their projects and needs as well as receive updates from enterprises already in existence. Bonnie started the meeting with some insights she … Continue reading
Please join us for our third webinar, “Credibles: Funding Food Businesses with Edible Credits,” from 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Pacific Time, Tuesday, February 26. That’s 11 a.m. Mountain, 12 Noon Central, 1 p.m. Eastern. Click for more info and … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone that participated in our 3rd annual SMM daylong gathering in Belfast on November 15th! The event brought 150 people together to learn from presenters and each other about varied forms of strengthening viable food systems throughout the … Continue reading
Though March meetings can often include the potential for a snowstorm, a HOT summery day set the mood for our SMM gathering, with close to 70 people attending, many for the first time. Bonnie began with a welcome, noting that … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone for a highly interactive and energizing Slow Money Maine gathering last Thursday!
It was heartening for me to witness the engagement level of participants and to be reminded of the words of Carlo Petrini (founder of Slow Food International) that “the potential of Slow Money is to begin to reorient capital away … Continue reading