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PO Box 170, Unity, Maine 04988
Phone: 207-568-4142
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Summer Orchard Care
Sat., June 2​4
Redpath Orchard, Cumberland
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Fee: $50. $35 for MOFGA members
Please bring your own bag lunch


Learn tips and tricks to caring for your orchard through the summer and getting your orchard to a successful harvest in the late summer and fall. C.J. Walke, MOFGA's organic orchard educator will be instructing the course and available to answer any questions you may have. Please remember to bring a bag lunch.

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Lobster dieoffs linked to plastic pollution, including bisphenol A
Treehugger - 8/11/2010.
By Jaymi Heimbuch – Molecular biologist Hans Laufer, of the University of Connecticut, has discovered that waterborne chemicals leached from plastics and detergents seem to contribute to "shell disease," which has caused huge dieoffs among lobsters of Long Island Sound during the past ten years.
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

June 24 - Summer Orchard Care

Date Change – June 27 - Tractor-Scale Weed Management

June 28 - Sticking to the Plan

June 28 - Mushroom Cultivation

July 6 - Medicinal Herbs

July 12 - New Tools for New Farmers: Marketing and Social Media

July 20 - High Tunnel Construction

July 25 - How to Establish and Manage Alfalfa in Rotation

August 1 - Ecological Pest Management

August 9 - Biodynamic Farming

August 16 - Farming with Horses

August 23 - Seed Saving and Production on a Diversified Farm

August 24 - Cover Crop Demo

August 30 - Farm Woodlot Management

September 6 - Diverse Dairy

September 13 - Next Steps: Apprentice to Journeyperson

September 22-24 - COMMON GROUND COUNTRY FAIR


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