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Mary Margaret and Eugene Ripley

Know Your Organic Producers!

Meet Mary Margaret and Gene Ripley of Ripley Organic Farm in Dover-Foxcroft. The Ripleys raise more than 50 kinds of vegetables, herbs, cut flowers, highbush blueberries and other perennial landscape plants. They market through their CSA with pickups at the farm and in Bangor; at the Orono Farmers' Market on Saturdays; and to Crown of Maine Organic Cooperative and other wholesale accounts. "We are proud to have our farm inspected on a yearly basis by MOFGA to ensure our compliance with the organic standards," say the Ripleys. Follow the farm on Facebook and on their website.

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
We need to face daunting facts about energy
Kennebec Journal - 12/29/2010.
Letter to editor by Richard K. Jennings, M.D. – We continue to read many letters indeed from friends of Lincoln Lake, friends of the Highland Mountains and countless more. So now, although I’m not a member of any of these organizations, I’d like go on record as being a true friend of all those lakes and mountains, which are an integral part of Maine’s quality of place.
Don’t skimp on the shrimp: Maine shrimp season in full swing
Bangor Daily News - 12/29/2010.
By Emily Burnham – Pandalus borealis sounds like something fantastical, like a figure from mythology or a legendary creature. It’s actually the scientific name for a little pink crustacean that fishermen pluck by the ton from the coldest parts of the ocean each winter — the tiny, briny, deliciously sweet wild Maine shrimp.
Salmonella Pops Up In Sprouts, Cilantro And Parsley
National Public Radio - 12/29/2010.
By Scott Hensley – Enough already. Will the contamination of food we thought was healthy ever stop? Turns out that alfalfa sprouts, practically the poster child for health foods, can make you sick. The Food and Drug Administration says you shoudn't eat sprouts from Tiny Greens Organic Farm of Urbana, Ill. Stay way from the company's organically grown alfalfa sprouts and its line of Spicy Sprouts, a mix that includes radish and clover sprouts.
What Is in Fast Food? A Newly Discovered Reason to Avoid Fast Food
Huffington Post - 12/29/2010.
By Dr. Joseph Mercola – A new study shows that toxic perfluoroalkyls, which are used in surface protection treatments and coatings to keep grease from leaking through fast food wrappers, are being ingested by people through their food and showing up as contaminants in blood.
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