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This a request, open for discussion. It has not been deliberated to consensus by the villagers. It will be agreed, modified, or tabled at the meeting of 20110119.

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Project ID: 127

Project steward

Jan Steinman

Need

Numerous people have asked us to do a cheese workshop.

Description

A five-hour workshop that will introduce cheese-making to the beginner. Will produce a soft, acid-set chevre and a firm feta. Students will take home workshop product.

Status

  • 2011-01-15 project begun.

Goal or deliverable

Deliver the workshop to eight participants at $40 per person.

Timeline, schedule, or end date

time-related aspects of the project, which may include intermediate deadlines, dependencies, etc

  1. 2011-01-19 Press release to Island Tides, announcement to Transition Salt Spring
  2. 2011-01-26 Begin registration
  3. 2011-02-09 Handouts complete
  4. 2011-02-23 Go/no go deadline
  5. 2011-02-26 Prepare feta for brining during class
  6. 2011-02-27 Class

Plan

generally, a numbered list of tasks, performed in order, that will together accomplish the project's goals or deliverables

  1. Public relations plan

Financial budget

. quan each total
Expenses
milk 16 $5.00 $80.00
hand outs 32 $0.10 $3.20
instruction 5 $30.00 $150.00
space 5 $10.00 $50.00
total $283.20
per person 8 $35.40


Labor budget

  • Jan: 10 hours: prepare course materials


Time Log

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Vehicle Log

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Summary

by person

by activity

by vehicle

"Vehicles" with no odometer, such as tractors or stationary equipment, are in tenths of an hour, rather than kilometres.


Final accounting

List of disbursements, including:

  • final, reconciled costs of the project,
  • where money came from for the project, including Class A/B investment shares and to whom they are issued,
  • final, reconciled labour on the project,
    After final accounting, no more time can be allocated to a project.
  • Class B investment shares and to whom they are issues.

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