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2018 Beginning Poultry

March 29
6 p.m., MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center, Unity
$10 for MOFGA members, $15 for the general public

Thinking of adding some layer hens, broilers, ducks, or geese to your backyard this year? Join MOFGA's own Diane Schivera to learn all you need to know about starting your own flock. We'll cover housing, feed, and more.


Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Grant puts produce on table for students
Portland Press Herald - 9/13/2010.
By Scott Monroe – Pittsfield: It's just after 8 a.m. at Warsaw Middle School as teacher Richard Woodbury shuffles around the classroom, holding out a tray filled with cups of red cherry tomatoes. That was Wednesday, one of two days each week when a new program exposes students to a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Industry has sway over food safety system: study
Reuters - 9/13/2010.
By Christopher Doering – The food industry is jeopardizing U.S. public health by withholding information from food safety investigators or pressuring regulators to withdraw or alter policy designed to protect consumers, said a survey of government scientists and inspectors.
The good food evolution
Common Dreams - 9/13/2010.
By Grace Lee Boggs – Most Americans still believe we have no alternative to the food produced by agribusinesses who care as little about our health as they do about the health of the chickens, turkeys, cows and pigs, so tightly packed in pens and cages on factory farms that the floor is scarcely visible, and where visible, is covered with excrement. Fortunately, another healthier agriculture has been emerging in the last few decades.
Fall a busy time preparing for next year’s garden
Bangor Daily News - 9/11/2010.
By Reeser Manley – My favorite time of year has arrived. At the end of the workweek, after days of classroom confinement and evenings spent in front of a computer screen, I can spend blue-sky Saturdays helping Marjorie prepare the garden for winter.
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