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The Margesons

Know Your Organic Producers!

Meet Erich Margeson and his family from Margeson Organic Farm in Westmanland. The Margesons raise MOFGA certified organic potatoes, seed potatoes, winter squash, oats and garlic, which they sell through Maine Potato Lady,  Johnny's Selected Seeds and Fedco.

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Health care debate must include farmers
Common Dreams - 7/26/2009.
By Jim Goodman – Our current health care system is crushing farmers. And the proposals under consideration in Congress won’t give us the relief we need.
‘Lost season’
Bangor Daily News - 7/25/2009.
By Sharon Kiley Mack – Farmers are watching their hay crops being ruined and their feed corn shrivel as rain continues to plague Maine’s farming industry. “Everything is just devastated,” Dr. Rick Kersbergen of the Waldo County Cooperative Extension said Friday.
Gorgeous, rugged perennials attract nectar-loving insects
Bangor Daily News - 7/25/2009.
By Reeser Manley – Peter Beckford and I are standing in the middle of one of Rebel Hill Farm’s production fields, looking down on a small bed of native coneflowers, discussing their importance as nectar plants for bees and butterflies. Peter points to a broad patch of common milkweed flowering in the distant corner. “We saw a monarch there yesterday,” he says. “They are moving north with the flowering of milkweeds and soon we will find their caterpillars on those plants.
Chemical drift a growing concern for rural residents
Peoria Journal Star - 7/25/2009.
Lawmakers grapple with ways to create notification system
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February 6 - MOFGA’s Common Ground radio show

February 16-17 - Advanced Business Planning Workshop

February 24 - Pesticide Applicator Training and Exam Workshop

February 25 - An Introduction to Unity Food Hub

February 27 - Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Fair in Augusta

February 28 - School Garden Regional Gathering

February 28 - Organic Orcharding Series: Pruning Fruit Trees

February 28 - Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Fair in Portland

March 6 - MOFGA’s Common Ground radio show

March 7 - MOFGA’s Spring Growth Conference: Farming in the Face of Climate Change

March 18 and 25 - Organic Farming: Principles and Practices


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