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Support MOFGA's Maine Heritage Orchard

Sales of our beautiful 2014 Heritage Orchard Calendar will help support MOFGA and the orchard. Full-color photos of apples originating in Maine were taken by widely acclaimed Portland photographer Russell French and include Black Oxford, Gray Pearmain and others. $15. Available at MOFGA's Country Store.

  

  

Governor LePage Signs Maine's GMO Labeling Bill!

Thanks so much to everyone who worked so hard to help Maine become the second state in the country to require labeling of GMO foods!

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Unity, ME  04988
Phone: 207-568-4142
Fax: 207-568-4141
Email: mofga@mofga.org

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294 Crosby Brook Road, Unity, ME



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MOFGA's Grow Your Own Organic Garden Classes

Everything you want to know about growing your own organic garden. Presenters are seasoned MOFGA farmers and gardeners. Held in partnership with Maine's Adult & Community Education program and community sponsors.

Most classes were held on April 2nd. The following locations will hold classes later in the month:

Bucksport - April 16
Gray - April 23

Click here for class details

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Eating gluten-free: tasty dishes without wheat
Bangor Daily News - 8/11/2010.
By Emily Burnham – Megan Kemp gave birth to her son Hunter in January 2003. He was a healthy child, falling in the 75th percentile for weight. By age 3, Hunter weighed 38 pounds. By age 4, however, he weighed 37 pounds, and by 5, that weight hadn’t changed. Mom was beginning to get very, very worried.
US unsure if cloned meat has been sold in North America
Organic Consumers - 8/10/2010.
By Sarah Schmidt, Postmedia News – Ottawa: The U.S. Secretary of Agriculture on Tuesday said he doesn't know whether cloned cows or their offspring have made it into the North American food supply.
Gulf of Maine changing
Bangor Daily News - 8/9/2010.
By Kelsey Abbott and Justin Ries – The Gulf of Maine is and always has been an essential part of the coastal New England economy. Throughout history, the bounty of the Gulf of Maine has fluctuated due to fishing pressures, technology and species’ popularity. As these changes have affected some parts of the Gulf of Maine ecosystem more than others, New England fishermen and lobstermen have adapted by shifting their efforts to different parts of the ecosystem. But what would happen if the entire Gulf of Maine ecosystem changed at once? We may soon find out.
A refreshing glance at late-season possibilities
Maine Sunday Telegram - 8/8/2010.
By Tom Atwell – For some people, the best of the gardening season is just arriving. "Everyone does garden tours in spring and summer," Steve Palmer of Plainview Farms in North Yarmouth said while he was giving me a tour about a week ago. "But what would be really good is to have a tour in September or October."
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Upcoming MOFGA Events

April - Grow Your Own Organic Garden Classes

April 19 - Maine Heritage Orchard Workday at MOFGA (postponed from April 12)

April 23 - MOFGA's Seasonal Cooking Class with Chef Frank Giglio

April 26 - Empty Bowl Supper Fundraiser

April 30 - Waldo Organic Growers Program: Bats

May 4 - MOFGA's Chainsaw Safety Workshop


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