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Rani and Jack Howe

Know Your Organic Producers!

Meet Rani and Jack Howe of Skyscraper Hill Farm in Brooks. This MOFGA certified organic farm raises Christmas trees, sold from the farm and through the Marsh River Co-op and the Belfast Co-op. Rani also cultivates beautiful herb gardens, which will be on the Belfast Garden Club Tour next summer. You can contact the Howes at jack.howe@gmail.com.

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Local chefs to raise money for Portland Farmers Market
Portland Press Herald - 9/7/2012.
By Meredith Goad – Portlanders can show their farmers market some love on Sept. 29 at a major fundraiser featuring local food prepared by staff from the city's best restaurant kitchens. Tickets go on sale Friday for "Bunker Down Fest: A Fundraiser for the Portland Farmers Market."
Environmental groups call for expanded ban on BPA
Bangor Daily News - 9/7/2012.
By Matthew Stone – Augusta: A coalition of environmental and consumer safety groups called on state regulators Thursday to extend Maine’s ban on the chemical bisphenol A to packaging used for infant formula and baby and toddler foods, saying the state should do whatever it can to prevent children’s exposure to the chemical, commonly known as BPA.
Studies reveal raw truths on organic foods
Portland Press Herald - 9/6/2012.
By Avery Yale Kamila – A study released this week casts doubt on the idea that organic foods contain more nutrients than conventional foods, but some experts and shoppers say nutrition isn't why they buy organic food. Several Mainers said Wednesday that they choose organically grown food because they want to ingest fewer pesticides and they support the more environmentally sensitive practices of organic farming.
Local food celebration MaineFare returns to Belfast on Friday
Bangor Daily News - 9/6/2012.
By Tom Groening – Belfast: MaineFare, a celebration of the state’s local food, farms and eateries returns Friday, Sept. 7. Hosted by the nonprofit Maine Farmland Trust, the festival includes a farmers market, a gourmet lunch, film screenings, panel discussions on food and farming and various opportunities to eat locally grown and prepared food.
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