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Spring Growth Conference

Seedling Production

Saturday, March 3, 2018
10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Common Ground Education Center, Unity, Maine
Schedule of presentations

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Carcinogenic Glyphosate Linked to DNA Damage, as Residues Are Found in Bread
Beyond Pesticides - 7/22/2015.
Months after the World Health Organization (WHO) formally associated the world’s most widely used herbicide -glyphosate (Roundup)- with cancer, one of the world’s leading experts on cancer risk, and co-author of the WHO’s report, Christopher Portier, PhD, told a scientific briefing in London that the herbicide can damage human DNA, which could result in increased cancer risks. This finding comes on the heels of a call by the Soil Association for a United Kingdom (UK) ban on the use of glyphosate after finding residues of the chemical in bread.
Study: When Human Consumption Slows, Planet Earth Can Heal
Common Dreams - 7/22/2015.
By Lauren McCauley - Despite the oft-repeated claim that the recent decline in U.S. carbon emissions was due to the so-called 'fracking boom,' new research published Tuesday shows that it was the dramatic fall in consumption during the Great Recession that deserves credit for this drop.
Patti Hamilton makes really terrific cole slaw ­– for 900 hungry people
Portland Press Herald - 7/22/2015.
By Peggy Grodinsky - The food director for the Bicycle Coalition of Maine chops all that slaw by hand. [Patti’s recipe included!]
Organic spinoff: Tall Ships Afterparty puts a new spin on old commerce
The Portland Phoenix - 7/22/2015.
By David Carkhuff - Organic farm goods from Maine move by boat to Boston thanks to Maine Sail Freight.
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February 21 - Seasonal Cooking Class: Winter

February 25 – Advanced Business Planning with Julia Shanks

March 3 - Spring Growth Conference 2018: Seedling Production

March 29 - Beginning Poultry


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