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In case you haven’t heard, Easthampton isn’t up-and-coming anymore, it’s officially a destination

Jul 29 2019
In case you haven’t heard, Easthampton isn’t up-and-coming anymore, it’s officially a destination Read more here: [continue reading]

Two Co-Work Spaces Find Fertile Ground In Greenfield

Feb 23 2019
Two Co-work Spaces Find Fertile Ground in Greenfield
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Amherst Boasts Some Positive Transitions

Jan 11 2019
Amherst Boasts Some Positive Transitions
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Local Gift Ideas for the Holidays

Nov 17 2018
It’s great to be able to shop locally for the holidays. Business West has compiled a list of places where you can do just that. Do you have a favorite local place to shop for gifts? Let us know.
Gift-giving Options Abound in the Pioneer Valley
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National Science Foundation Selects UMass Amherst As Innovation Corps Site

Oct 27 2018
“The National Science Foundation (NSF) announced that it has selected UMass Amherst to be one of its national network of Innovation Corps (I-Corps) Sites. The program is intended to increase research commercialization and campus startups while enriching existing innovation infrastructure. Organizers hope to help new ventures bring economic development and jobs to the region.”
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PVGrows Investment Fund Reaches Investment Milestone

Oct 26 2018
Pioneer Valley Grows Investment Fund , or PVGrows for short, a regional investment and loan program launched in 2015 that provides financing and technical assistance to food and farming businesses in Western Mass celebrates its 3rd anniversary and a milestone in their investing.
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Farmland matchmaking

Oct 16 2018
The Recorder, October 9, 2018, by Richie Davis
Sweetwater Farm in Petersham traces its roots back nearly 270 years to Sylvanus Howe, whose fields fed colonial soldiers in the Revolutionary War with wheat and beef.
Karen Davis and her husband bought what had been the Coolidge dairy farm for 66 years, [continue reading]

SPARK EforAll Holyoke – All Ideas Pitch Contest

Sep 27 2018
Published by under Business, Events, Holyoke
SPARK EforAll Holyoke is having an idea pitch contest for entrepreneurs. To apply to pitch your idea go to: deadline for submissions is October 11, midnight.
The All Ideas Pitch Contest will be October 25, 6-8pm at the HCC Culinary Arts Institute, 164 Race St., Holyoke.
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Celebrate Holyoke returns Oct. 5-7; volunteers needed

Aug 28 2018
The annual Celebrate Holyoke, a three-day festival of fun, food and music, returns Oct. 5, 2018. Organizers need volunteers to help plan and assist at the event.
HOLYOKE — Celebrate Holyoke returns to Heritage State Park and downtown Oct. 5-7. The city’s annual festival will feature an eclectic musical lineup, food trucks and arts [continue reading]

Vendor and Performer Opportunity: Ashfield Farmers Market

Feb 14 2018
Ashfield Farmers Market is seeking food producers, artists, and crafters interested in vending at the market in the 2018 summer season. They are also seeking musicians to perform at the market. Located on the Ashfield Town Commons on Main Street, this producer-only market runs on Saturday mornings from 9am to 1 pm, starting May 12 and [continue reading]

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