Login
"The biggest problem in the world could have been solved when it was small."
- Lao-tzu

Secure donations through Network for Good


Sign Up Here
to receive our
weekly Bulletin Board and
other emailed publications

 

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

MOFGA is an Equal Opportunity organization, provider, and employer.


  You are here:  Home   

Seed Swap and Scion Exchange
Sunday, March 26, 2017

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center, Unity
FREE, no registration required

Schedule of speakers and activities

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Will the Food Safety Modernization Act harm small farms or producers?
Grist - 11/15/2010.
Word has it that debate and voting of the Food Safety Modernization Act will begin this Wednesday in the Senate. If passed, S. 510 will greatly expand the FDA's authority over both processed foods and fresh fruits and vegetables. Will it thus make all of us eaters less likely to get sick? Last week, our esteemed panelists agreed that it will, with some caveats.
Exposure to BPA means low number of sperm
Organic Consumers - 11/15/2010.
By Brie Cadman, HMO vs PPO – Two weeks ago, Canada added the much-maligned bisphenol-A (BPA) to its list of toxic substances, lending support to the accumulating evidence that it poses a health threat to humans. BPA has shown to be harmful in the laboratory animals, but the chemical industry claims that our exposure levels are too low to matter. But are they?
Alewives hold key to rebirth of fishing
The Times Record - 11/15/2010.
By Seth Koenig – Bath: Longtime fisherman and marine researcher Ted Ames believes he knows how to revitalize the state’s sagging groundfishing industry and generate millions of dollars for coastal economies. The secret, he said, is to remove obstructions to alewife reproduction in Maine rivers.
Hope students create business plans for new gardens
Village Soup - 11/14/2010.
By Linda Hall-Stone – Hope Elementary School students on Nov. 2 presented business plans for new raised bed gardens to several members of Seeds of Hope. Students from Erik Wade's seventh-grade math class designed a business plan, researched the effectiveness, contacted local hardware and lumber stores for supply costs. The school and its students have been reaping the harvest from a greenhouse and raised bed garden thanks to the eighth-grade class of 2008.
Current  Archive    Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ...


Check out MOFGA's
online community!

Create your own profile website
List products and services that you offer
Post classified ads
Join forum discussions

Latest MOFGA.net forum posts

Permaculture programming coming to Hurricane Island May 2017! by Midcoast Permaculture Design: "Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership (HICSL) and Midcoast Permaculture Design Bring Permaculture Education to I..."
Permaculture programming coming to Hurricane Island in May by Midcoast Permaculture Design: "Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership (HICSL) and Midcoast Permaculture Design Bring Permaculture Education to I..."
Assistant Farm Manager by Wild Folk Farm: "Hiring one more person an as assistant manager.  This will be paid hourly.    Looking to start in April and end in November, ..."
Field Manager & Farm Crew Wanted - Organic Veggies in Pittstown, NJ by Flocktown Farm: "Based in Pittstown, NJ Flocktown Farm provides ecologically and sustainably grown produce to Northern New Jersey. We are dedi..."
FARM ASSISTANT by Point Lookout Farm: "The Farm at athenahealth Point Lookout is looking for a solid individual with an innovative mind, to join our Team as Farmer ..."

KIVA LOANS FOR FARMERS

MOFGA has teamed up with Collective Commitments, a new social enterprise working in Maine, to help you access 0% interest loans from Kiva.org for any business purpose.

READ MORE


Upcoming MOFGA Events

March 25 - Organic Orcharding Workshop: Pruning

March 25 - Organic Orcharding Workshop: Renovating Old Trees

April 1 - Organic Orcharding Workshop: Grafting Fruit Trees

April 5 - Grow Your Own Organic Garden Classes

April 7 - MOFGA's Common Ground Radio Show

April 8 - Organic Orcharding Workshop: Grafting Fruit Trees


SEE THE FULL CALENDAR

Latest MOFGA.net members
  

Visit MOFGA.net: MOFGA's online community


Home | Programs | Agricultural Services | The Fair | Certification | Events | Publications | Resources | Store | Support MOFGA | Contact | MOFGA.net | Search
  Copyright © 2017 Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association   Terms Of Use  Privacy Statement    Site by Planet Maine