|This weekend visit the Common Ground Fair|
Bangor Daily News - 9/25/2010.By Emily Burnham – Now in its 34th year, the Common Ground Fair kicks off this weekend, with a whole host of farmers, gardeners, makers, builders, musicians, artists, activists and lots and lots of farm animals and good food.
|Nutrient rich leaves can help compost piles|
Bangor Daily News - 9/25/2010.By Reeser Manley – I can think of a couple of good reasons to rake autumn leaves into huge piles. Neither involves stuffing them into plastic bags to be left at curbside until trash day.
|Common Ground color|
Kennebec Journal - 9/25/2010.By David Leaming – Kim Erickson, left, Sophie Erickson and Kate Kemper, of Unity, look over vegetable displays in the exhibition hall at the Common Ground Country Fair in Unity on opening day Friday of the three-day fair.
|Keep Frankenfish fiction|
The Boston Globe - 9/25/2010.By Derrick Z. Jackson – I’m not getting anywhere near Frankenfish. I mean, do I really want to eat an aquatic Roger Clemens? The Food and Drug Administration is close to approving a farm-raised salmon jacked up with enough growth hormone to come to market in 18 months instead of three years. In a publicity photo, the genetically-modified salmon is a battleship to the dinghy of a normal one.