Monthly Archives: December 2012

The best and worst small businesses to start in 2013

Filmmaker Lucia Duncan explained the inspiration for “Whales of Gold”: “I am fascinated by the way in which ecotourism is marketed as a trip to paradise — a form of tourism that does no harm, ed a win-win situation for … Continue reading

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At The Community Garden, It’s Community That’s The Hard Part

In Denver, sickness Charlotte and across the country, buy in fact, prescription most community gardens are divided up into individual plots. It means less drama and less discouragement. If some of your neighbors start shirking their responsibilities, it’s not really … Continue reading

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Surdna Foundation’s Strong Local Economies Program

Foodies who find themselves needing space to prepare boutique treats are turning to shared programs called incubators and accelerators that help them launch by offering communal business spaces and logistical assistance. Small food businesses—mom and pop operations selling goods at farmersmarkets, approved … Continue reading

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Taking a tip from tech, food incubators launch startups

Foodies who find themselves needing space to prepare boutique treats are turning to shared programs called incubators and accelerators that help them launch by offering communal business spaces and logistical assistance. Small food businesses—mom and pop operations selling goods at farmersmarkets, sales … Continue reading

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Big Read Accepting Grant Applications for Community-Wide Reading Programs

Community organizations participating in the Big Read develop and producereading programs that encourage reading and participation by diverse local audiences. These programs include activities such as author readings, diagnosis book discussions, pill art exhibits, viagra lectures, film series, music or … Continue reading

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