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Phone: 207-568-4142
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Organic Farming:
Principles and Practice


Tuesday, May 24 and
Wednesday, May 25
MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center, Unity

Free for MOFGA apprentices (registration required); MOFGA members $75; all other registrants $100 per day or $150 for both days

This is a two-day immersion course (free for MOFGA apprentices) open to any participants interested in learning the fundamental principles and practices of organic farming.

Join specialists from MOFGA's Agricultural Services Department and a panel of organic farmers for a two-day introductory course in organic farming. Register for either or both days. Lunch will be provided.

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Urban agriculture isn’t new
The Dirt - 5/15/2012.
In a review of urban agriculture throughout modern history at a symposium at Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C., a diverse set of academics and designers ranging from historians to landscape architects discussed how the practice has evolved over the ages, often been highly ideological, and continues to be loaded with meaning.
Locally produced food is more sustainable way to grow
Kennebec Journal - 5/14/2012.
Op-ed by Bonnie Sammons – "Food, glorious food, We're anxious to try it. Three banquets a day, Our favorite diet!" The starving orphans in that long ago musical, "Oliver," said it well. Where would we be without food?
A growing problem: notes from the ‘superweed’ summit
Grist - 5/14/2012.
By Genna Reed – Last week, the National Academy of Sciences hosted a summit to discuss “superweeds,” or the widespread problem of herbicide-resistant weeds currently afflicting millions of farm acres across the United States.
Turning over a new lease on a farm
Portland Press Herald - 5/12/2012.
By Gillian Graham – Stacy Brenner says she wouldn't know what to do with her time if she weren't farming. She won't have to wonder anymore. She and her husband, John Bliss, have leased Broadturn Farm from the Scarborough Land Trust for the next 30 years.
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