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MOFGA
PO Box 170, Unity, Maine 04988
Phone: 207-568-4142
Fax: 207-568-4141
Email: mofga@mofga.org
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294 Crosby Brook Road
Unity, Maine

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April 5, 2017; 6 to 9 p.m.

At adult education programs across the state!

Registration fees typically $5 to cover handouts
, dependent on adult education program.

Join us for an evening-long workshop on how to grow your own garden. Each year MOFGA sponsors this statewide educational event at over 30 different locations in Maine. Presenters are seasoned MOFGA farmers and gardeners. The workshops are open to the public and to people of all gardening skill and experience levels.

Information and directory of class locations.

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Eastport cleared to ship livestock
Bangor Daily News - 7/18/2010.
By Sharon Kiley Mack – Eastport: “This is going to be my first rodeo,” Roland “Skip” Rogers said Friday as he readied the port of Eastport to transfer 500 dairy cows into climate-controlled transport containers for shipment to Turkey.
The state of Maine’s cheeses and wines gets finer
The Boston Globe - 7/18/2010.
By Nancy Heiser – Scarborough: The moment I taste a wedge of Deb Hahn’s Noble Hill Reserve at the waterfront farmer’s market in Bath, I am smitten. It’s nutty, smooth, caramel-y, with a slight graininess at the finish. Is it something in the local cows’ milk, the salty air, or the maker’s finesse that makes this cheese so outstanding? It’s time to research some local cheeses, with a few stops along the Maine Wine Trail for good measure.
Clethra: Fragrant and so ... Not hydrangea
Portland Press Herald - 7/18/2010.
By Tom Atwell – Clethra is a superb shrub that has a lot going for it. It has attractive bottle-brush shaped blossoms, it can tolerate shade or sun, it likes moist soils, it attracts butterflies, it is native to Maine and it blooms in summer – July to September, depending on location and variety.
Nanotech in our food: should we be afraid?
Alternet - 7/18/2010.
By Marion Nestle – Nanotechnology involves the ability to control matter at the scale of a nanometer – one billionth of a meter. The world market for products that contain nanomaterials is expected to reach $2.6 trillion by 2015. So says a report from the Government Accountability Office. The effects of nanotechnology on the environment are regulated by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), which is why this report targets recommendations to EPA. Shouldn't some of those recommendations be directed toward FDA, the agency that regulates food safety?
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Upcoming MOFGA Events

April 5 - Grow Your Own Organic Garden Classes

April 7 - MOFGA's Common Ground Radio Show

April 8 - Organic Orcharding Workshop: Grafting Fruit Trees

April 9 - Organic Orcharding Workshop: Grafting Fruit Trees

April 15 - Organic Orcharding 101 with Michael Phillips

April 22 - Celebrate Earth Day with MOFGA!

April 22 - Maine Heritage Orchard Tree Planting at MOFGA

22 - MOFGA-El Salvador Sistering Committee Empty Bowl Supper

May 5 - MOFGA's Common Ground Radio Show

May 11 - Kitchen Licensing Workshop

May 13 - MOFGA Organic Orcharding Workshop: Top Grafting Fruit Trees

May 25 - MOFGA Poultry Processing Workshop


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