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"Perhaps the most radical thing you can do in our time is to start turning over the soil, loosening it up for the crops to settle in, and then stay home and tend them."
- Rebecca Solnit
MOF&G Cover Spring 2009
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 Daytripping, Anyone? Minimize

If you’d like to host a tour of your farm or garden this summer, we can put you on our “Daytripping” list, to be published in the June-August issue of The MOF&G. Just supply your farm name, owners’ names, farm or garden features (briefly), date and time when visitors are welcome, directions and contact information; we publish the listing, and the rest is up to you and your visitors. You may get one or even no visitors; or you may get dozens. We suggest setting one or two particular times for your tour so that your entire day isn’t tied up. Many growers use our “Daytripping” list as a place to publicize that their farms are open on Maine’s Open Farm Day. For more information, please contact Jean English at jenglish@midcoast.com.

    

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