Monthly Archives: December 2011

An Entrepreneurial Solution To The Problem Of Getting Local Food To Local Tables: Trust, Convenience, And Perceived Value

“Civic spaces are an extension of the community. When they work well, pilule they serve as a stage for our public lives. If they function in their true civic role, symptoms they can be the settings where celebrations are held, … Continue reading

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Value of Civic Centers as Great Public Spaces

“Civic spaces are an extension of the community. When they work well, nurse they serve as a stage for our public lives. If they function in their true civic role, erectile they can be the settings where celebrations are held, … Continue reading

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Saltwater Connections Team to Meet with Hatteras Island Communities January 10

Marathon County entrepreneur Tony Schultz is bubbling over with thoughts on growing Wisconsin’s economy. “Honestly, pills I’ve got about got 10 micro-food enterprise ideas in my mind right now, price ” says Schultz, physician a third-generation farmer who, with partner … Continue reading

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Ten Qualities of a Great Waterfront Destination

Marathon County entrepreneur Tony Schultz is bubbling over with thoughts on growing Wisconsin’s economy. “Honestly, pills I’ve got about got 10 micro-food enterprise ideas in my mind right now, price ” says Schultz, physician a third-generation farmer who, with partner … Continue reading

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UNC-TV Features Story about Studio 12 in Avon

Marathon County entrepreneur Tony Schultz is bubbling over with thoughts on growing Wisconsin’s economy. “Honestly, pills I’ve got about got 10 micro-food enterprise ideas in my mind right now, price ” says Schultz, physician a third-generation farmer who, with partner … Continue reading

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