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Gabrielle Gosselin and Nate Drummond of Six River Farm in Bowdoinham


Know Your Organic Producers!

Meet Nate Drummond and Gabrielle Gosselin of Six River Farm in Bowdoinham. This MOFGA certified organic farm produces vegetables, herbs, and vegetable seedlings (in season) on fertile soil on the shores of Merrymeeting Bay. They sell at the Brunswick and Crystal Spring Farmers’ Markets and to El Camino, Harraseeket Inn, Royal River Natural Foods and Henry and Marty's. "Healthy farming for a healthy community," reads their motto. Website.

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Walmart wants Iowans to farm by its principles
The Des Moines Register - 11/7/2010.
By Philip Brasher – Never mind the government regulators. When it comes to influencing the way farmers grow their crops, the real power someday may be Walmart, the nation's largest food retailer. Walmart pledges to double sales of locally grown food by 2015 and also is taking steps to ensure that all the food it sells is produced in sustainable ways. Walmart wants to measure and set farm-to-fork standards for the energy and natural resource impacts of food production.
Apple with a pedigree
Wall Street Journal - 11/7/2010.
By Anne Marie Chaker – Roxbury Russet has a nutty flavor. Strawberry Chenango smells like roses. Cornish Gilliflower is reminiscent of clove. Farmers and chefs treat them like fine wine, but these are apples – "heritage" or "heirloom" varieties that were common on American tables as far back as colonial times but today are rarely tasted.
Organic Food: Cutting Through The Confusion
Huffington Post - 11/6/2010.
Maria Rodale, CEO and Chairman of Rodale Inc., and the author of Organic Manifesto, discusses the three major challenges facing organic food production today.
Farms key to Maine’s economy, say experts
Waterville Morning Sentinel - 11/6/2010.
By Erin Rhoda – Madison: Bolstering Maine farms will help create jobs and stimulate the local economy, a group of agricultural specialists said Friday. Seven panelists at the annual economic development forum told about 45 people in Maine business and government that agricultural development is key to a bright economic future.
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August 13 - Conservation Farm Tour, Aroostook County

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