by pcantrell | May 12, 2021 | Food & Agriculture, Home Page Featured Post 3, News
Strawberries are here! And again this year, friends, family, and neighbors with limited budgets will be able to take locally produced fruits and vegetables home with them thanks to the Double Up Food Bucks Program. Seven farmers’ markets in west central Missouri participate. They are part of a national wave of communities adopting the Double Up Food Bucks approach to helping families, farmers, and communities grow healthy.
by pcantrell | Mar 10, 2021 | Entrepreneurs, Home Page Featured Post 3, News, WBC
The New Growth Women’s Business Center is a new resource for rural entrepreneurs in all stages of business development and growth. It focuses on the power and potential of women to employ themselves, provide jobs for others, and build their local economies and communities.
by pcantrell | Feb 24, 2021 | Entrepreneurs, Home Page Featured Post 3, News, WBC
New Growth Women’s Business Center! Open House events March 8-12, 2021, across 15 counties in Missouri and Kansas will celebrate women in business. They will also launch a new rural resource for all entrepreneurs, the New Growth Women’s Business Center.
by pcantrell | Jan 12, 2021 | Entrepreneurs, Food & Agriculture, Home Page Featured Post 3
The third-annual Farm to Fork Summit goes online in 2021 with big picture perspectives, practical workshops, and evening entertainment the first three Tuesdays in February (Feb. 2, Feb. 9, and Feb. 16.) Attendees also enjoy 24/7 access all month to recorded sessions and networking opportunities, such as discussion boards and exhibitor spaces. A mobile app lets attendees tune in and participate on the go, too.
by pcantrell | Nov 17, 2020 | Entrepreneurs, Home Page Featured Post 3, Hometown Revival, Rural LivingAppleton City, Missouri, is a small town, quite far from any major highway, that is quietly and deliberately building new Main Street culture and commerce. It’s a great story about innovation and investment in our rural west central Missouri region. Now our...
by pcantrell | Jun 30, 2020 | Food & Agriculture, Home Page Featured Post 3, NewsRaydonna Biles makes lunch for her son every day. It keeps them both healthy. “I cook better for him than I would for myself alone. … Last time I went to the doctor, the doctor said, ‘Keep doing what you’re doing.’ My blood sugar was down. I’d lost weight.” Good...