|Work, love converge at organic dairy farm|
Waterville Morning Sentinel - 7/6/2010.By Jason McKibben – Skowhegan: Sarah Smith loves her job. Which is a good thing, because it's a rare moment that she isn't working. Smith and her husband, Garin, operate Grassland Farm in Skowhegan.
|300 converge on Unity fairgrounds to talk, learn about Permaculture|
Bangor Daily News - 7/5/2010.By Heather Steeves – Unity: About 300 people converged on the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association’s Common Ground Education Center over the July Fourth weekend to talk about sustainable land use, finding water, keeping bees and more at the sixth annual Northeast Permaculture Convergence. The three-day event was sold out Saturday, according to Lisa Fernandes, one of the organizers. This was the first time Maine hosted the convergence.
|Houlton community market finds its footing|
Bangor Daily News - 7/5/2010.By Jen Lynds – Houlton: Officials at the Greater Houlton Chamber of Commerce, local vendors and residents are excited by the success they are seeing with a revamped community market that is attracting vendors selling everything from beans to blankets. The Chamber is sponsoring the new market, which will be held every Saturday in Market Square through early September.