Friday, March 2, 2012

InspireME article by Maine Rural Partners

  We are being Featured

Jeff Nichols of Maine Rural Partners, who I met at the Ag Trades Show last month,  contacted me recently and asked if he could do an Inspire Me case study on the Dexter Community Farm Project.
He said, "It really sounds like a great project. We feature innovative projects like yours in a section of our site called Inspire Me."
You can see previous case studies at

 Jeff is coming to do an interview, take some photos, and even shoot some video.  He said, "It will be no cost to you and it provides a chance to tell others in Maine interested in your kind of project and how you did it."

The case study that was completed today can be found by clicking here.
The video  features Farmer and DRDC Board member Ernest Rolling, Charleston Correction Crew supervisor Neal Pinkerton and 2 of the working crew from Charleston, and myself.

I hope it will give people a better insight in the project.

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