Bangor Daily News: Slow Money Maine matches local food producers to money

By Julia Bayly, BDN Staff •

In 2008 Amber Lambke and Michael Scholz of Maine Grains were starting their traditional gristmill in Skowhegan and they needed funding.

Around the same time, Bonnie Rukin was working to establish a Maine chapter of Slow Money, the national nonprofit aimed at connecting investors with local food producers and organic farms.

It was a match made in local food entrepreneurial heaven.

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