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Help Make Local Foods More Available in Central New England - Please!

Our Big Chance!  Help us buy this foreclosed riding stable so that we can create a shared use facility called North Country Sustainability Center, Inc.  Please visit the following website and contribute to our NCSC Jigsaw Campaign. We are a 501(c)(3) organization, founded in 2010.  We have been leasing a facility to start our programming, but the real needs are for a community commercial, micro-creamery, and gardens for education and community. Our users are a diverse lot, but we looked at the problems that our region faces and found that this location allows a great number of people to develop their passions, their businesses and their sense of personal worth.  Please visit  <iframe src="http://www.indiegogo.com/project/116935/widget/521984" width="224px" height="429px" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe> and contribute what you can. Whether you can donate or not, please share the link with your friends and family; anyone you know that values community, sustainability, local economy or personal health.


The site has been tested for toxins. The buildings have been inspected, so we know what we’re facing for repairs. The NCSC Jigsaw Campaign is a place to start, but the more funds we can raise, the faster we can make the NCSC Alive for our region, and to serve as a model for any community that shares the same goals. 

The Campaign gives you access to all our information from website, to blog, to YouTube. It gives you a sense of where we’re coming from. Help us keep the progress moving! Thank you .

Pat Stewart                                                                                                                                             
Exec. Director/President
NCSC, Inc.

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