Is it time for credit unions to change the lens on how to help serve the underserved?

For Dan Emery, former marketing specialist at the $346 million Maine State Credit Union in Augusta, the answer is yes, why not?

"I think credit unions have tremendous opportunities and potential available to them by getting involved with projects like community gardens, school gardens or helping to promote Community Supported Agriculture programs," he said.

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