The Atlas Communications Corporation was a communications service provider on Earth during 2552. At least the New Mombasa Police Department used its services. During the Covenant attack on Earth, its terminals were inaccessible due to a Level one communications blackout.
Grass-fed milk is absolutely the best! And all our special Artisan Cheeses are made from the freshest grass-fed milk right here on the farm. Our cheese-making methods are traditional and our recipes old world. We create cheese by the hard work of our hands. All our cheese is made in small batches, artisan form, with the bare minimum of main ingredients: milk, salt, rennet. We use no additives or preservatives, so our cheeses are not only better tasting, but healthier. Our goal is not to make or sell the most cheese, but to produce the best tasting, highest quality cheese.
In partnership with Lorain Community College, Goodness Grows will begin a certificate level specialty crops in 2014. This business plan is for Goodness Grows to create a separate entity that would seek its own accreditation, for the sake of providing better farmer training at a lower cost.
Camp Joseph Badger Meadows (JBM) is a 235 acre church camp supported by 50+ churches of Eastminster Presbytery--a district of Presbyterian churches which includes churches in Akron, Barberton, Cuyahoga Falls, Kent, Warren, Youngstown, and Lisbon. While JBM has, at this point, no separate legal standing apart from the Presbytery, the camp's budget, operations, and programming are the responsibility of the camp committee, consisting of an approximately equal number of clergy and lay persons from the presbytery.
I am a Farm Business Management educator with Cornell Cooperative Extension Oneida County. I can offer support and resources for your farm business expansion and new business ideas. Contact me at email@example.com for assistance.
We provide planning and design services for landowners seeking a sustainable future for their farmland. Using ecological principles for land management, social connection between the farm and surrounding communities, and enterprise diversity that connects the two, we balance social, economic and environmental dimensions of farm sustainability. We specialize in GIS analysis of these multiple dimensions of agriculture to lay out possibilities for farmland and its connections with the surrounding landscape and communities that would improve agroecosystem health. Service
HooftyMatch is an online marketplace for locally produced meats. We aggregate and disseminate data about the local supply and demand of meat products. Our initial product focuses on the Northeast Ohio region; however, we plan to expand nationally.
OzoneFarm eCommunity is a loose-knit informal collection of coders, web developers, inventors, and other folk that have ideas for a better world. We also happen to believe in protecting the ozone layer through better farming. The name indicates that we have our heads in the clouds but aren't afraid of physical work.