Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association
Find organic food
Find organic food

Find organic food

Find organic food

Find organic food

Buy organic AND local!
Our Vision
Our Vision

Our Vision

Our Vision

Our Vision

MOFGA envisions a future of healthy ecosystems, communities, people and economies sustained by the practices of organic agriculture.
MOFGA Events
MOFGA Events

MOFGA Events

MOFGA Events

MOFGA Events

MOFGA holds events every month – January through December
Support our public policy work
Support our public policy work

Support our public policy work

Support our public policy work

Support our public policy work

By watchdogging our public policy, MOFGA protects the health and longevity of all farming and food production in Maine.
MOFGA loves organic vegetables
MOFGA loves organic vegetables

MOFGA loves organic vegetables

MOFGA loves organic vegetables

MOFGA loves organic vegetables

Buy organic AND local … and delicious!
Got Organic Milk?
Got Organic Milk?

Got Organic Milk?

Got Organic Milk?

Got Organic Milk?

These beauties live on Chase’s Organic Dairy Farm in Mapleton. Where does your organic milk come from?
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Southern Regional Grower Meeting

February 26, 2020 – Wednesday, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Cumberland County UMaine Cooperative Extension office, Falmouth. Join us to connect with growers and service providers in your region. Learn more about MOFGA certification updates and education from MOFGA Farmer Programs! Catered lunch included. Please RSVP for lunch and to receive updates regarding snow dates. See our list of other regional grower meetings. Followed by a focus group about farm management practices that build soil health and contribute to climate resilience, hosted by University of Maine and University of New Hampshire (sepate event).

Organic Orcharding Workshop: Pruning Apple Trees

March 7, 2020 – Sat., 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Four locations: Bar Harbor, Palmyra, Unity and Saco. Unity location is now full. Fee: $55; $40 for MOFGA members. Please bring your own bag lunch. Learn to prune apple trees to encourage vigorous growth, annual fruit set and quality fruit yield. Collection of scion wood and storage will also be discussed. For beginners and experienced growers. REGISTRATION

Spring Growth Conference 2020: Moving Water Around the Farm

March 14, 2020 – Saturday, 9:45 a.m. to 3 p.m., MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center, Unity. $50 per person; $75 per two people from same farm. Free for JPs/MFRPs. Delve into the interactions among your soil type, water tables and drainage possibilities with David Rocque, state soil scientist, in the morning. Then hear from a variety of farmers about how they have dealt with drainage on the farm. Learn how you can improve soil moisture content – and about specific legal restrictions. REGISTRATION