Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association
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Click here to find out how local organic producers are feeding the community during the COVID-19 pandemic
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COVID-19 Information and Support for Maine Farmers

This streamlined list of resources to support farmers during the Covid-19 pandemic, including food safety recommendations, customer relations, federal support programs, labor resources, mental health support services, networking and more is updated every 2-3 hours by MOFGA staff as part of a collaboration with the Beginning Farmer Resource Network. We are working hard to make sure farmers have access to the information needed in one clearinghouse. Farmers and members of the public can submit recommended resources or provide feedback directly to Bo Dennis (bdennis@mofga.org).

Grow Your Own Organic Garden Classes 2020

ALL CLASSES POSTPONED - Further information coming soon - April 8, 2020. Grow Your Own Organic Garden has been part of MOFGA’s annual event line up since 1990, when we began this statewide class on growing organically in your own backyard. We’ll miss seeing our students in person this year, but are glad to be able to bring you these resources in a digital format. If you’d like to enjoy the class from the comfort of your own home, we are working to bring this class to you as a webinar. Stay tuned for details!

Apply Now for a 2020 Russell Libby Agricultural Scholar Award

Three $1,500 scholarships will be awarded each year in the following categories –

MOFGA Journeyperson Program participant

Maine High School Senior planning to study sustainable or organic farming (preference for colleges in Maine)

Teacher, school or education center looking to support an agricultural related project in Maine, such as a campus garden, classroom project or a guest lecturer

2020 applications are now open. Deadline is APRIL 24, 2020.

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