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PO Box 170, Unity, Maine 04988
Phone: 207-568-4142
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MOFGA's Organic Orcharding Workshop: Renovating
Old Apple Trees

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sat., March 25 – Beech Hill Farm, Mount Desert, and Cunningham Island, Newcastle
Fee: $50; $35 for MOFGA members
Please bring your own bag lunch

Do you have any old trees on your land that you would like to bring back into production? Attend this workshop and learn to renovate and upkeep your heritage trees. Participants should dress appropriately and bring their pruners, loppers, saws and a bag lunch.

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Maine dairy farmers getting trickle of temporary relief
Portland Press Herald - 1/30/2013.
By Kevin Miller - Washington: The USDA says it plans to pay Maine dairy farmers 59 cents per hundred-weight for milk produced in September. The additional payments were welcome news to Maine's struggling dairy farmers, but several people in the industry said much larger reforms are needed.
The Mill at Freedom Falls
Bangor Daily News - 1/30/2013.
Video: Restoring the mill at Freedom Falls has become a labor of love Tony Grassi of Camden. He bought the run-down building and successfully had it placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Now he is overseeing the restoration and hopes to attract commercial tenants when the work is complete.
Our View: Groundfishing limits are a disaster for this region
Portland Press Herald - 1/30/2013.
Editorial - What is happening to the Northeast's groundfishing industry is a natural disaster, just as devastating as a drought or a wildfire. But the federal government is just making it worse.
Biochar Cookstoves Boost Health for People and Crops
National Geographic - 1/29/2013.
By Stacey Schultz - Fumes from traditional open-fire cookstoves kill 3.5 million people a year - more than malaria and HIV/AIDS combined. Biochar cookstoves help counter this problem and create a soil amendment that holds carbon in the soil, improves water-holding capacity and adds nutrients. They also use less wood to cook a given amount of food. One researcher is even drying an invasive plant - water hyacinth - and burning it in biochar cookstoves.
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