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Phone: 207-568-4142
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Conservation Farm Tour

Cover Crops in Durham
Wednesday, June 29, 5 p.m.
New Leaf Farm, 496 Davis Road, Durham, Maine
Free

Hosted by Androscoggin Valley Soil and Water Conservation District, MOFGA and the Natural Resources Conservation Service. Dave Colson, MOFGA's agricultural services director, will lead a tour of a cover crop demonstration planted at New Leaf Farm. Learn about cover crops and their pros and cons. Information will be available on programs to help with crop rotation on your farm. FMI and to register: Jocelyn Lahey, 207-753-9400 x 404 or
jlahey@maineconservationdistricts.com.

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Common Ground Fair Begins Sept 25
Village Soup - 9/23/2009.
Sept. 25-27 the Common Ground Country Fair will take place at the home of the Maine Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association in Unity.
Court rejects genetically modified sugar beets
San Francisco Chronicle - 9/23/2009.
By Bob Egelko – The government illegally approved a genetically modified, herbicide-resistant strain of sugar beets without adequately considering the chance they will contaminate other beet crops, a federal judge in San Francisco has ruled. The ruling by U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White rejected the U.S. Department of Agriculture's decision in 2005 to allow Monsanto Co. to sell the sugar beets, known as "Roundup-Ready" because they are engineered to coexist with Monsanto's Roundup herbicide.
Can plastics make us fat?
Grist - 9/23/2009.
By Tom Laskawy – That title doesn’t quite seem to capture the urgency of the issue, does it? Yet despite rampant skepticism, the data continue to pour in – chemicals in some of the most common plastics and household products, things that surround us every minute of the day, are major culprits in the obesity epidemic. At least now that fact is now getting some well-deserved attention.
Destructive party in July yields charges
Kennebec Journal - 9/22/2009.
By Craig Crosby – China: More than a half dozen area men and women are facing charges in connection with a July party that destroyed part of a dairy farm's alfalfa crop. Trooper Shawn Porter of the Maine State Police has issued summonses to seven people over the past few weeks. Porter said Monday that he still has two summonses to issue. He hopes to complete the process within the next several days.
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