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Code County Farm Type Marketing Stipend? Housing? # Positions Available Profile  
AND-01 Androscoggin Vegetables/Fruit|Other livestock|Value-added/processing Community Supported Agriculture Yes Separate 2-3 35 acre diversified farm in central Maine. 7 acres of organic vegetables and raspberries marketed through a 180+ member CSA; ten acres of orchard- selling wholesale and retail and cider; farm stand open Sept.-Nov.; turkeys, laying hens, pigs, sheep for food and fiber; hand tools, small tractor cultivation More...
CUM-03 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit|Other livestock Community Supported Agriculture Yes Separate 3 We raise organic produce and meat for a 500+ member CSA and wholesale accounts. The farm sits on 320 acres (20 cultivated and 60 in pasture) within the town of Brunswick, 1.5 miles from the ocean, 2 miles from Bowdoin College and within easy travel to Portland and coastal towns and beaches. More...
CUM-04 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit|Dairy|Other livestock|Educational|Homesteading Community Supported Agriculture Yes Separate 2-3 We produce cut flowers primarily used for our floral design business and sold wholesale to designers and retailers. We also operate a flower CSA. We host weddings at the farm each weekend and host a summer day camp. We milk a cow, raise pork and chickens. More...
CUM-18 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit|Other livestock|Diverse/integrated crop/livestock Community Supported Agriculture Yes Separate 2 Frith Farm is a diversified organic farm in Scarborough. We grow no-till vegetables, pastured poultry, heritage pork, and grass-fed lamb on 14 acres. Our methods are intensive, most work is by hand, and we process our poultry on the farm. We sell through CSA and at local farmer’s markets and natural food stores. More...
CUM-19 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit|Diverse/integrated crop/livestock Other direct-to-consumer (Farm Stand, Farmers' Market, Restaurant) Yes Separate 4 Laughing Stock Farm is located in Freeport. We have been growing vegetables commercially here for 20 years and plant about 15 acres of vegetables. We grow year round in 7 greenhouses and well farm fresh products 50 weeks a year. We also have flowers, herbs, fruits, pigs, goats, and laying hens. We are full time farmers and are looking for both summer and year round apprentices. We pay apprentices $9/hr, and pay more for experienced workers. More...
CUM-23 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit|Other livestock|Diverse/integrated crop/livestock|Nursery Stock|Homesteading Community Supported Agriculture Yes Separate 4 Mixed vegetable and meat operation in Western Maine. We plant 9 acres. The farm has a CSA program, farmstand, goes to local markets and sells to wholesale accounts. Sweet old farmhouse in a great community with lots of swimming and ice cream opportunities Good times to be had by all. More...
CUM-25 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit Other direct-to-consumer (Farm Stand, Farmers' Market, Restaurant) Yes Separate 3 Pine Root is a 12-acre farm located in beautiful Steep Falls, between Portland and the White Mountains. We grow over 100 varieties of vegetables, flowers, and herbs, sold through our on-site stand, a farmers’ market, and wholesale accounts. We’re not organic, but embrace the label “(un)conventional”, meaning that our farm is treated as a community asset, our produce is accessible to all, and our practices are always evolving. Apprentices work hard, are involved in every aspect of the business, and leave with a bad ice cream habit and plans to buy a tractor. More...
CUM-26 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit|Dairy|Other livestock|Value-added/processing|Diverse/integrated crop/livestock|Educational|Homesteading Other direct-to-consumer (Farm Stand, Farmers' Market, Restaurant) No 1-2 4+ acres on a diversified homestead featuring: micro dairy, chickens, market garden, various fruit, cut flowers, CSA and farm stand. We are an educational farm, in partnership with Field of Zion International, to demonstrate effective sustainable farming practices. Currently we are milking 3-7 Nubian goats and sell raw milk, yogurt and cheese. We follow no/low till bio intensive farming practices. Utilizing a tractor for more demanding chores such as composting. We encourage the use of alternative energy and display a host of opportunities to learn about Solar PV, solar thermal HW & air, passive solar, and geothermal. More...
FRA-07 Franklin Vegetables/Fruit|Other livestock|Value-added/processing|Diverse/integrated crop/livestock Other direct-to-consumer (Farm Stand, Farmers' Market, Restaurant) Yes Separate 3 Riverweb is a diversified farm in Western Maine. We are growing over 3 acres of annual, perennial and foraged crops as well as more than 50 beef cattle and other livestock. We market to individuals, wholesalers, distributors, and food pantries. Joining Riverweb's farm crew will give you the opportunity to experience many aspects of farm work with a high degree of task diversity throughout the week. We pay above minimum wage and provide separate housing for our apprentices. Riverweb is about a 30 minute drive from both Rangeley and Sugarloaf Maine two of the premier tourist and vacation destinations in the State. For anybody willing to work hard, learn a lot and be treated with respect there may be a place for you at Riverweb. More...
HAN-01 Hancock Vegetables/Fruit|Other livestock|Value-added/processing Other direct-to-consumer (Farm Stand, Farmers' Market, Restaurant) Yes Separate 4 Founded in 1974, 500 acres located down a dirt road 6 miles from the Blue Hill village. We are a diversified multi generation family farm. Horse powered for tillage and woods work, by 6 Suffolk Punch work horses. 20 acres in tillage, with two hoop houses. We raise sheep, pigs, and chickens. MOFGA certified organic vegetables sold at local farmers’ markets, restaurants, local coop and farm store. We produce our own hay and do some grain. We cut wood, do sled and wagon rides and have a composting program. More...
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