|Good eggs: family part of growing trend|
Kennebec Journal - 5/10/2009.By Sada Reed - Joking about why a chicken would cross the road isn't so funny in this household. If one did that, Laura and Keith Peckham, of West Gardiner, would have to launch a search.
|Vassalboro gets farmers’ market|
Kennebec Journal - 5/10/2009.By Larry Grard – In a village that has retained its rural character, it’s a natural. At 2 p.m. Friday, the East Vassalboro Farmers’ Market becomes reality. Spring seedlings, cow’s and goat’s milk, goat’s milk soaps, cheese, meat, breads, flowers and fresh-roasted coffee and tea all will be for sale at the Vassalboro Grange.
|We need food and farming regulation now!|
Common Dreams - 5/10/2009.By Will Allen – Taxpayers are demanding that government enforce existing regulations and create more stringent rules to limit the excess and greed in banking, insurance, housing, and on Wall Street. But, in the rush to regulate, we can't forget to oversee industrial agriculture.
|When depends on what|
Maine Sunday Telegram - 5/10/2009.By Tom Atwell – A sign of the boom in vegetable gardening is that whenever I write a column about vegetables, I get calls telling me that I omitted important details. The most basic information that I have left out is when to plant. In Maine there are two basic dates: April 19, the original Patriots Day, and May 30, the original Memorial Day.