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MOFGA's Farmer to Farmer Conference

November 4-6, 2017

MOFGA’s Farmer to Farmer Conference …

Learn, eat, share, and connect with
old friends and new at MOFGA's
2017 Farmer to Farmer Conference!

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Pomologist to Speak on Apples of South Thomaston at Historical Society October 12
The Free Press - 10/5/2017.
Wessaweskeag Historical Society will present “The Apples of South Thomaston: Tracking Down and Preserving Our Orchard Heritage,” a talk by John Bunker at its meeting on Thursday, October 12, in the society’s meeting room, just behind South Thomaston Library at the corner of Route 73 and Dublin Road. A potluck supper will take place at 6 p.m. and the program will start at 7:00.
The Salmon Dilemma: Wild-Caught or Farm-Raised?
The Free Press - 10/5/2017.
By Christine Parrish - “Can you tell me the difference between the wild-caught and the farm-raised?” I asked, pointing to the pale pink salmon fillets in the fish case.
The New Frontier of Dessert Is Local Flour
Bon Appetit - 10/5/2017.
By Aliza Abarbanel - One bite of Four and Twenty Blackbirds’ plum buckwheat streusel pie shook my pie opinions to their core. Before that bite, I never really cared about plum pie, but this was no ordinary plum pie: the grassy, earthy buckwheat perfectly cut through the caramelized ooze of plum juice. It felt like a pie I could eat for breakfast—which is exactly what I did.
Honey tests reveal global contamination by bee-harming pesticides
The Guardian [UK] - 10/5/2017.
By Damian Carrington - Honey from across the world is contaminated with potent pesticides known to harm bees, new research shows, clearly revealing the global exposure of vital pollinators for the first time.
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