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Ascent (online digital learning platform for women small business owners) Launch Thursday, January 7, 2021 12 pm Central / 11 am Mountain

Ascent is the first-of-its-kind online resource specifically designed to help the nearly 10 million American women entrepreneurs grow and scale their small business.

Value-Added Producer Grant (VAPG) webinar Thursday, January 14 via Zoom 2:00 PM

We will cover general program information, eligibility requirements and steps to start the application process.

Gyms aren’t coming back. Here’s how you’ll work out in the future

Some 59% of Americans don’t plan to return to a physical gym after the pandemic. What will fitness look like then?

OpenGrants, which helps private and public agencies find and distribute funding, has launched a new fundraising effort in the form of a continuous securities offering

The CAFE allows for continuous fundraising instead of a one-time window, it allows anyone to invest in the company regardless of accreditation, and it’s antidilutive, meaning it maintains or increases the value of the initial investment.

Dorsey – Congress Extends the FFCRA’s Payroll-Tax Credit for Employers (but not the Paid-Leave Obligation!)

Although the ramifications of the CAA are wide-ranging (and more alerts are forthcoming from Dorsey), employers with fewer than 500 employees should be aware of a narrow aspect of the bill: extension of the payroll-tax credit under the FFCRA

Fossil Fuel Industry Water Pollution is Killing the Horses in North Dakota

“The purpose of the [Safe Drinking Water Act] is to protect our drinking water, and the industry that is pumping toxic chemicals, carcinogenic chemicals, underground doesn’t even have to tell us what those are,” says Melissa Troutman, research and policy analyst for Earthworks.

The Fight Between Cornices and Spreadsheets in Rural America. Which One is Winning in Your Community?

Running the world for the interests of people who only value money will have us fighting with each other over who inherits a planet none of us can live on.

How mushrooms are transforming the construction industry

Mycelium, the systems of root-like fibers that supplement most types of fungus, colonizes organic waste and turns it into exceptional and sustainable designs.

Broadband Funding, Policies May Change in a Biden White House

President-elect Joe Biden is expected to make a difference when it comes to federal broadband initiatives, experts say. The two remaining Senate races in Georgia also hold importance for federal Internet programs.

Companies push reskilling efforts to help workforce

One of the potential downsides that technology-enhanced manufacturing can bring is the elimination of jobs previously done by people.