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Maine Family Farms: Life and Business in Balance Series

This series of publications was designed with the people of Maine’s farming industry in mind. Interpersonal and intrapersonal needs are addressed, as readers are encouraged to think about, discuss, and access resources to support the personal experiences and relationships in family farming. We hope that these fact sheets will help foster farm family sustainability.

The Growing Years Series

Set of 34 age-paced bulletins on infant and toddler development, from prenatal to five years, for parents and people who care for children.

Caregiver Fact Sheets Series

People in millions of U.S. households are caregivers, most often for a spouse or parent. Most family cargivers find themselves in a caregiving situation suddenly and unexpectedly. This series of 10 fact sheets provides the information and support caregivers need.

 

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Understanding Cyber Bullying Understanding Cyber Bullying

This bulletin explains what cyber bullying is and offers suggestions to help parents stay connected with their children in this world filled with ever changing technology. 2 pages. © 2010 by University of Maine Cooperative Extension. Download it for free or add it to your cart to buy a color copy.
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Using Refugee Voices to Improve Cross Cultural Conversations:  Research with New Mainers Using Refugee Voices to Improve Cross Cultural Conversations: Research with New Mainers

Since 1990 Maine, like most areas of the United States, has seen an increase in primary and secondary refugees locating in our communities. This publication presents findings from a 2013-2014 research project exploring how to strengthen a community’s capacity for cross-cultural conversations with newly-arrived refugees in Portland, Maine. 4 pages. © 2014 by University of Maine Cooperative Extension. Download it for free.
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