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Still Time to Register for the Village Bakery
Sunday April 28, Monday April 29

The Maine Grain Alliance is pleased to offer a two-day course covering all aspects of being the proprietor of a village artisan bakery. The curriculum will be on target whether this is just a gleam in your eye or you have been in the business for some time. We have recruited expert professionals to cover marketing, financial management, equipment needs and, of course, hands-on production baking in a fully-equipped kitchen.
Passing along info regarding other exciting grain happenings in Maine...
Email flintcorninmaine@gmail.com for more information on this event
MGA Business Member Profile
Created by the Maine Legislature over thirty years ago, Maine Made helps to build recognition for Maine artisans and makers of products that indicate a commitment to quality and integrity. By offering trade show support, technical assistance, and various promotional activities through membership, Maine artisans and makers are able to explore new markets and expand their entrepreneurial pursuits. Visit MaineMade.com to read our maker's stories and learn more about how the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well from Kittery to Fort Kent.

We're proud to support Maine Grain Alliance's efforts in all that they do to provide technical assistance in support of Maine's grain economy, Maine's tourism industry, and small businesses. Whether its artisan bread, craft brewing, or crop restoration MGA's commitment and dedication runs deep.
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