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In January the Partridge Foundation awarded $1.0 million to establish an endowment to support MOFGA’s New Farmer Programs. It also pledged an additional $1.0 million if MOFGA can raise a similar amount before 2016. Read more.
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Thank you to all who have joined us so far in talking about MOFGA's Vision, Values and Mission. There's still plenty of work ahead, and more opportunity for all of you to join the conversation. Visit the MOFGA Strategic Planning web page to see how you can get involved!

Barbara Boardman of White Duck Farm
in Waldoboro

Know Your Organic Producers!

Meet Barbara Boardman of White Duck Farm in Waldoboro. Barbara grows a variety of MOFGA-certified organic heirloom vegetables and fruits, including the raspberries shown here earlier this season. (Now the clamshell would be full!) Her products are offered at a number of local restaurants, at her farmstand on Duckpuddle Road, and at the Waldoboro and Westbrook farmers’ markets. Visit her website and her Facebook page to learn more. Please support MOFGA certified organic farmers and producers!

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Chebeague explores economics of farming
The Working Waterfront - 8/6/2010.
By Anna Maine – If you haven't visited Chebeague in the last 10 years, you might not recognize certain parts of the Island. Near the school's baseball field are the newly-built raised beds for the students' garden, crowded with ripening tomatoes, carrots and beets. At the crest of tree-lined Roy Hill Road sits a wooden farm stand, its shelves waiting for the coming crops of potatoes, beans, squash and corn-all grown at nearby Second Wind Farm.
When agrochemical corporations invented nature
Common Dreams - 8/6/2010.
By Julio Godoy – Berlin: A civil society protest against a British agrochemical company that claims it has invented a particular sort of broccoli has again focused attention on the question who owns natural biodiversity, especially vegetables, seeds, and many forms of meat and animal food products.
US Trade Representatives gets taste of blueberry, stresses exports
Bangor Daily News - 8/6/2010.
By Nok-Noi Ricker – Orland: U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk got a taste of Maine – in the form of a fresh wild blueberry pie – when he visited the G.M. Allen and Son blueberry farm and processing center Thursday morning. “It was spectacular,” he said. “It was the best blueberry pie I’ve ever had.”
Genetically modified crop on the loose and evolving in US Midwest
Scientific American - 8/6/2010.
By David Biello – Outside a grocery store in Langdon, N.D., two ecologists spotted a yellow canola plant growing on the margins of a parking lot this summer. They plucked it, ground it up and, using a chemical stick similar to those in home pregnancy kits, identified proteins that were made by artificially introduced genes. The plant was GM – genetically modified.
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