Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association
Take the pledge!
Take the pledge!

Take the pledge!

Take the pledge!

Take the pledge!

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2019 Common Ground Country Fair
2019 Common Ground Country Fair

2019 Common Ground Country Fair

2019 Common Ground Country Fair

2019 Common Ground Country Fair

Click here for information about tickets, volunteering and everything else!
Find organic food
Find organic food

Find organic food

Find organic food

Find organic food

Buy organic AND local!
Support our public policy work
Support our public policy work

Support our public policy work

Support our public policy work

Support our public policy work

By watchdogging our public policy, MOFGA protects the health and longevity of all farming and food production in Maine.
MOFGA's Farm Training Project Workshops
MOFGA's Farm Training Project Workshops

MOFGA's Farm Training Project...

MOFGA's Farm Training Project Workshops

MOFGA's Farm Training Project Workshops

Weekly events, May through September 2019
Our Vision
Our Vision

Our Vision

Our Vision

Our Vision

MOFGA envisions a future of healthy ecosystems, communities, people and economies sustained by the practices of organic agriculture.
MOFGA Events
MOFGA Events

MOFGA Events

MOFGA Events

MOFGA Events

MOFGA holds events every month – January through December
MOFGA loves organic vegetables
MOFGA loves organic vegetables

MOFGA loves organic vegetables

MOFGA loves organic vegetables

MOFGA loves organic vegetables

Buy organic AND local … and delicious!
Got Organic Milk?
Got Organic Milk?

Got Organic Milk?

Got Organic Milk?

Got Organic Milk?

These beauties live on Chase’s Organic Dairy Farm in Mapleton. Where does your organic milk come from?

Land Tenure

August 28, 2019 – Wednesday, 5 p.m. at Dickey Hill Farm, Monroe. Finding a place to farm can be a huge challenge. Whether you’re working as a farm hand, manager or apprentice it is never too soon to consider your options. Join Noami and James of Dickey Hill Farm and Abby Sadauckas, Field Agent for Land For Good to get a better idea of how to start thinking about your future farm, the land base you’ll need and the variety of ways to achieve your farm dream.

Beginner Beekeeping at Hurricane Valley Farm

September 14, 2019 – Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Hurricane Valley Farm, Rte 100 (Grey Road), Falmouth, Maine. Fee: $50; $35 for MOFGA members. Co-hosted with Cultivating Community.  Join us for an introductory workshop on beekeeping at Cultivating Community’s new incubator farm in West Falmouth. Learn about the basics of beekeeping and strategies for preparing hives for winter from Master Beekeeper and owner of Cooper’s Apiaries Mark Cooper, and then try your hand at extracting honey! Bring a bagged lunch. Contact events@mofga.org with questions. REGISTRATION

Explore Will Bonsall's Homestead and Gardens

August 22, 2019 – Thursday, 6 p.m., Khadighar Farm, 39 Bailey Rd., Industry, Maine 04938. Known by many throughout Maine, Khadighar Farm is a unique example of veganic gardening. Molly Thorkildsen and Will Bonsall focus on self-sufficiency, and grow a wide range of vegetables, fruits, grains and legumes. Special features include extensive terraces, solar-powered irrigation, intensive beds, and the use of ramial chips (chipped branches of deciduous trees). Donations to support this and other MOFGA programming are accepted at the door. For more information, contact Anna Libby.