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The Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association is creating a food system that is healthy and fair for all of us, but we can’t do it alone
The Common Ground Country Fair
It is with heavy hearts that we have decided not to move forward with an in-person Common Ground Country Fair this year.
Our educational mission and commitment to our vendors continues. Here’s how you can take part in the spirit of Common Ground this year.
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The Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association has announced that the organization will not move forward with an in-person Common Ground Country Fair this year. Executive Director Sarah Alexander said, “The ongoing pandemic, rising COVID-19 cases throughout Maine and valuable feedback from our community have led us to this point. We did not come to
Over the past 50 years, MOFGA has built a thriving organic farming community and changed Maine’s food landscape. (You can read more about MOFGA’s history in the Portland Press Herald, and listen to today’s Maine Calling!) As we look forward to our next 50 years, we know that our members are critical to our success. Give $50
It’s an exciting time at MOFGA. We’re celebrating our 50th anniversary this year, and we’re amazed at what this community has been able to accomplish together over the past 50 years. Looking ahead, we’re energized by our ambitious goals for creating a food system that is healthy and fair for all of us.Since 1971, the
The Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (MOFGA) is pleased to announce that its new storefront in Freeport, Maine, is now open. The Maine Organic Marketplace, located at 55 Main Street in the old Bartol Library downtown, allows MOFGA to grow its presence in southern Maine. The storefront will support Maine’s producers through the sale