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Dec 13th  5:30- SEEDS Board Meeting in our office – 2nd floor of The Cooperage – 1030 Main St. Honesdale

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Local Honesdale business interviewed about the importance of energy efficiency! Congrats Allaina K. Propst and Here & Now Brewing Company ... See MoreSee Less

"If a legislator truly believes that small business is a prolific part of the economy, then I would say that #Act129 is incredibly important." Here & Now Brewing Company's Allaina Propst, small business owner, talks #EnergyEfficiency & job creation: keealliance.org/act-129/

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SEEDS is very grateful to the support from our local business community. Without this support, we would not be able to continue and grow our organization. Please help us support the businesses who support SEEDS! Here is an entire list of businesses who donated to SEEDS this year (as of the printing of this article): The Dime Bank Honesdale National Bank Wayne Bank Woodloch Resort Hamlin Dental Center Top Notch RE/MAX Wayne Platform Industries Vannie Williams CPA Meagher Law Mount […]

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PASA – Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture has announced its 2017 Finding Hope and Healing through Farming 26th Annual Farming for the Future Conference dates – Feb 1 – 4, 2017. Please see their press release below with full details.   NEWS RELEASE Contact name: Kristin Hoy Phone number: (814) 349-9856 x11 E-mail address: kristin@pasafarming.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 20, 2016 Finding Hope and Healing through Farming 26th Annual Farming for the Future Conference Registration is Open Millheim, PA – […]

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The Free Book Swap aims to provide area residents and visitors with a venue for parting with beloved paper-filled treasures while looking find some “new” books to take home. This year’s event brought 10,500 books and 400 people to the Wayne County Park Street Complex for the Fifth Annual Free Book Swap. A little over 4,500 pieces of media were taken to a new home with Wayne County’s friends and neighbors, about 200 books were donated to the Wayne County Prison, and […]

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