Project Imo Announces Exciting Partnership with The Farmer’s Cow for Youth Education

Project Imo is thrilled to announce a groundbreaking partnership with The Farmer’s Cow collective brand of companies. This collaboration aims to empower youth in our region with educational opportunities that will shape their futures.

Partnership Announcement:

Project Imo and The Farmer’s Cow, comprising the Farmer’s Cow Farming Co-operative, the Farmer’s Cow LLC, the Farmer’s Cow Calfe’ & Creamery, and FC Development Corp., have joined forces to deliver powerful educational programs and learning experiences to the youth in our community.

A little perspective

  • Jason Hyland, Founder and Executive Director of Project Imo, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership: “Our partnership with The Farmer’s Cow marks an exciting area of new opportunities for the youth of our region…”

  • Edwin Molina, CEO of the Farmer’s Cow Brand of Companies, emphasized the commitment to educational initiatives: “These partnerships form the foundation of, and stress the commitment to, our collective companies’ educational initiatives on behalf of those communities in which we’re located and serve…”

  • Dave Howes, Education Director at Project Imo, discussed the partnership’s impact on their Youth Promise Career Pathways initiative: “A powerful step in this partnership will be working with Farmer’s Cow to enhance our Youth Promise Career Pathways initiative…”

Moving FOrward

  • For more information about Project Imo, their new teen center in downtown Willimantic, or their program offerings, please email

  • To learn more about The Farmer’s Cow, please contact Steven Lane, Chief Development Officer, at

This partnership represents a significant step forward in delivering innovative educational opportunities to the youth in our community. Stay tuned for updates on the exciting initiatives we will undertake together.

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