Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet) added 5 new photos.
Erin Hogan and Kyle Look of Squeaky Duck Farmstead aspire to open a cooperative farm store on their farm in New Marshfield, OH. Realizing that farmers sometimes need to stick together, they envision working with neighboring farms to sell a variety of fresh produce and value added goods.
In this venture, Erin & Kyle reached out to ACEnet and Rural Action for advice on their business model. ACEnet’s experience in business incubation and marketing assistance and Rural Action’s work in connecting farmers to training and resources are the perfect match to help Erin and Kyle move forward with their goal. ... See MoreSee Less
ACEnet graduate & local business Herbal Sage is providing Iced Organic Tea for this year's Sweet Tea Social! ... See MoreSee Less
5th Annual Sweet Tea Social - Keeping Pets Safe Providing Iced Organic Tea for this year's Sweet Tea Social.
Our Tea pup Willow, invites everyone to this annual fundraiser! Going to be a beautiful event.
Early bird registration for the Ohio CDC Association annual conference in October ends September 8th. Make sure you register ASAP for this great conference! ACEnet will be there, come network with us & over 250 other community development practitioners from around Ohio and other parts of the Midwest. ... See MoreSee Less
This week, a few ACEnet employees spent the morning at Hocking College helping Rural Action process corn for their Farm to School program. Rural Action’s Farm to School program involves purchasing produce from local farmers, like the many producers at the Chesterhill Produce Auction, then processing this produce with the help of Rural Action staff, local students and volunteers. This processed food is then distributed to school districts in the area for use in their cafeterias.