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Billings Forge Community Works

Making Lives Better through Food Here at Billings Forge we create wonderful food in our sustainable cafes and catering businesses; we run a yearlong farmers market where everyone comes to put food on their family table, we grow food together […]

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Web Series “You Should Know” offers quick life-hacks for better living

Need moments of inspiration, positive reinforcement and general quick solutions to living a better life?  Then “YOU SHOULD KNOW” these simple life-hacks to help you live a more happy, empowered and stress-free life. Infotainment is just one of the entertaining […]

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A Dying Breed: Capt’n Julie Eaton (VIDEO)

As corporate vertical integration swallows the fishing industry, Lobstermen are experiencing the loss of their livelihood and heritage to sky-rocketing business costs and forced regulation favoring buyers and distributers, but by unionizing, can the Lobstermen of Maine save their way […]

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Exploring WoodenBoat’s Rare Books (Video)

  This video, shot on location at WoodenBoat Publications, Brooklin ME, offers a privileged glimpse into the rare books library.  More information, including additional rare material, is available on their website at www.woodenboat.com

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Meet Joel Woods (Video)

My latest video project is out… “Maine has long been known for its lobsters and fishermen, but what most people don’t realize is just how difficult and mundane fishing can be. Watch what one fisherman, Joel Woods, does to make […]

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Amara Watkin-Anson (VIDEO)

The latest installment in my short documentary series featuring people and organizations working toward solutions for global issues. Amara, a Global Advocate with Mama Hope and from Hartford CT, works on a sustainable agriculture project in Kenya.   Be Inspired.  Be […]

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