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Press Herald

Give your mother (Earth) a hand. Here's how to help.
Press Herald
Check in and light refreshments are at Mill Creek Park. Acadia National Park– Bar Harbor, Maine – The National Park Service opens all national parks without entrance fees April 21: First Day of National Park Week. The Maine Organic Farmers and ...


Republican Journal

Annual Empty Bowl Supper in Belfast
Republican Journal
It also is a chance to meet some Maine Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association staff and board members. MOFGA's Sistering Committee holds this fundraiser annually, thanks to the generosity of the Unitarian Universalist Church, which donates the space ...


Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Spring events planned at Winterberry Farm
Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
This free event will feature family friendly activities and a chance to explore the grounds, and learn more about this animal-powered, certified organic, family operated 'forever farm.' Visitors of all ages can participate in traditional dancing around ...


Seven Days

Vermont Tomato Farmer Leads Defense of Organic Principles
Seven Days
Long Wind Farm sells pints of multicolored, jewel-toned cherry tomatoes whose quirky, artist-designed labels describe them as grown in Vermont and certified organic. A grinning tomato raises its fists proudly over the slogan "Real tomatoes ... with ...

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The Forecaster

New Falmouth medical practice showcases local artists
The Forecaster
FALMOUTH — As a recent addition to the town's medical community, Dr. Karen Roberts said a goal of her new practice at 66 Leighton Road is to build community. To that end, the osteopathic specialist is inviting local artists to exhibit their work on ...


The Ellsworth American

Nibbles: Fruit, fungi and family fun
The Ellsworth American
C.J. Walke, manager of College of the Atlantic's Peggy Rockefeller Farms in Bar Harbor, will show how to propagate and reproduce your favorite fruit tree varieties from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 28, on the COA campus. Participants will graft ...


SeafoodSource (blog)

Hannaford the latest retailer to jump into the meal-kit craze
SeafoodSource (blog)
Scarborough, Maine, U.S.A.-based Hannaford Bros. is the latest in a surge of supermarkets offering meal kits, joining Walmart, Publix, Albertsons, and numerous other grocery chains. Some of the new kits at Hannaford, which operates 181 grocery stores ...
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Mainebiz

Mainebiz Food Insider: GrandyOats, Wicked Joe waking up granola with new product
Mainebiz
And last May, it also was recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency with an Environmental Merit Award for its sustainable practices. Wicked Joe's owners, Bob and Carmen Garver, were Mainebiz Small Business Business Leaders of the Year for 2017 ...


The Ellsworth American

Nibbles: Fruit toppers, beer and sourdough
The Ellsworth American
Famed artist William Wegman, who divides his time between New York and Rangeley, and his Weimaraner Topper collaborated and created a limited-edition of “Topper, 2015” to support the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardener Association's capital campaign ...


Press Herald

Community-supported agriculture programs in Maine struggle after years of popularity
Press Herald
... have abruptly become the farming equivalent of “Words with Friends” – hot, then not. Experts and farmers say there are a lot of reasons for the downturn. Increasing competition is a big one. So, too, is the customer's need for convenience over a ...

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Environmental Leader

Tom's of Maine Asks for Votes: Which Water Sources Will We Save?
Environmental Leader
Personal-care product company Tom's of Maine will donate a million dollars to preserve and restore the nation's water supply by working with the Nature Conservancy on a three out of four possible projects. Why three of four potentials? The company is ...


Press Herald

LePage looks to override local pesticide rules in 30 municipalities. But why?
Press Herald
Jay Feldman, the executive director of Beyond Pesticides, a nonprofit that advocates for pesticide-free communities (and advised Portland and South Portland on ordinances), attributed recent developments to the high-profile presence of Maine Organic ...

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Future Farm Prepares Belfast, Maine Hemp Propagation Facility for 200000 Seedlings
GlobeNewswire (press release)
With over 100 organic certified acres ready to plant in 2018 and an additional 1,000 acres available for expansion, Future Farm is poised to become the largest hemp farm in the North East. “We have been working day and night to capitalize on this year ...

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Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

MOFGA's annual Spring Growth Conference set for March 3
Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
The annual Spring Growth Conference, presented by the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association, and held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 3, at MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center in Unity. This daylong event digs deeply into topics ...


  

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