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PO Box 170, Unity, Maine 04988
Phone: 207-568-4142
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Julia Shanks
Julia Shanks
The Farmer's Office by Julia Shanks

Advanced Business Planning with Julia Shanks
February 25, 2018
Sunday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Coastal Enterprises, Inc.
30 Federal Street, Brunswick, Maine
$100 per person; $135 for two people coming from the same farm.

This full-day workshop is designed to help established and beginning farmers understand the financials of their business and learn how to make informed decisions to increase profits. It is best suited for those with at least one year of farming or similar experience. The goals of the workshop are to plan for profit, examine YOUR farm enterprises, better understand financial statements and learn about recordkeeping.

Instructor Julia Shanks is the author of "The Farmer's Office: Tools, Tips and Templates to Successfully Manage a Growing Farm Business." She works with farmers throughout New England to develop bookkeeping systems and manage their businesses for profitability and growth.

Interested in a partial or full scholarship? Please fill out a scholarship application form.

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Sale and use of 200 pesticides to be banned in New BrunswickSale and use of 200 pesticides to be banned in New Brunswick
CBC News - 6/18/2009.
The New Brunswick government is banning the use and sale of 200 over-the-counter lawn-care pesticides starting later this year. Environment Minister Roland Haché announced the ban in the legislative assembly on Thursday. The government is clamping down on pesticides through a regulatory change. Haché said there will be some exemptions to the ban for the agriculture and forestry sectors, as well as golf courses.
Baldacci signs bills to curb obesity: Legislation focuses on restaurants, schools
Bangor Daily News - 6/18/2009.
By Kevin Miller – Gov. John Baldacci ceremonially signed three bills on Wednesday to help Mainers count calories while dining out and to improve the state’s monitoring of childhood obesity. Public health advocates said the measures – including a menu-labeling requirement for chain restaurants – are small but important steps that could reverse Maine’s childhood obesity rate, which is ranked the highest in New England.
A chemical found in most consumer products may cause heart disease in women
Alternet - 6/18/2009.
By Elizabeth Grossman – A study released this week by researchers at the University of Cincinnati says that exposure to bisphenol A may increase heart disease in women. Bisphenol A (BPA) is the chemical building block of polycarbonate plastics and is used in countless consumer products including food and beverage containers, kitchen appliances, electronics, and packaging and is used to make resins that line food and drink cans.
Stand up for rural America while you still can
Grist - 6/17/2009.
By Dave Murphy – The assault on rural America continues unabated. For the past six months dairy farmers across the country have suffered a historic drop in milk prices while operating costs remain high. Since December 2008, the price that farmers are paid for the milk they produce has plunged over 50 percent, the largest single drop since the Great Depression.
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