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Chick Farm's display at a farmers' market

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At Chick Farm in Wells, Rick and Marilyn Stanley produce vegetables (including asparagus and sweet potatoes), raspberries, broilers and eggs, which they sell through farmers' markets, natural food stores and at restaurants. "Each farm activity - whether it's livestock, gardening or timber harvesting - complements the rest," say the Stanleys. "The result is healthy crops, healthy animals and a farm operation that is gentle on the environment."

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Recalling Russell Libby
Portland Phoenix - 2/13/2013.
By Caitlin Shetterly - When trying to come up with a few words to commemorate Russell Libby, the former executive director of Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association, who died in December at the age of 56, my first thought was: What could I possibly offer which is not already present in my father's stunning portrait? However, over last weekend, as the snow fell and fell, I picked up the phone and called people who knew Russell all over our great state of Maine.
Are Honeybees Losing Their Way?
National Geographic - 2/13/2013.
By Christy Ullrich - A new study shows that long-term exposure to a combination of certain pesticides might impair the bee's ability to carry out its pollen mission.
Maine lawmakers, farmers show support for turkey control bills
Bangor Daily News - 2/13/2013.
By Scott Thistle, Sun Journal - Augusta: A host of bills in the state Legislature seek to control the state’s burgeoning wild turkey population. Lawmakers, who are also farmers, lined up Tuesday to testify in support of a bill that would expand hunting of the birds.
Corporatizing Seeds of the Commons: Patents Enabling BigAg Control
Common Dreams - 2/13/2013.
By Andrea Germanos - The paradigm shift that has transferred control of seeds from the commons to corporations has brought harmful consequences to farmers, seed diversity and the environment while making a few agricultural firms owners of the "irreplaceable element of all food," according to a report released Tuesday.
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