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Meet The Maine Potato Lady of Guilford, Maine

Meet The Maine Potato Lady of Guilford, Maine. Alison, Roseanna, Paul and Lucien LaCourse run this MOFGA-certified organic seed company. While the Maine Potato Lady specializes in organic seed potatoes, Alison also carries MOFGA-certified organic transplants, sweet potato slips, seed garlic, heritage grains and cover crops. The business offers small sizes of seeds for gardeners and larger sizes for market growers. The Maine Potato Lady procures as much seed from small family farms as possible. Alison says, "We offer a selection of organic products as we have an inherent belief in growing and living organically." To order seeds, visit their website: http://www.mainepotatolady.com/

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Meet Beth Schiller of Dandelion Spring Farm in Bowdoinham

January 16, 2020

Meet Beth Schiller of Dandelion Spring Farm in Bowdoinham. In addition to being MOFGA's board president, Schiller grows MOFGA-certified organic vegetables and herbs that she sells at the Portland Farmers' Market on Saturdays year round and at the Rockland Farmers' Market from May through October, as well as wholesale to several restaurants and stores along the coast from Camden to Portland. Learn more about Dandelion Spring Farm and its work to support food security in Maine at https://dandelionspringfarm.com/.

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Meet Back 40 Bakehouse in Montville

January 2, 2020

Meet the Schofield team, Cindy (left), Ray (center, top), Elisha (right) and Elijah, of Back 40 Bakehouse in Montville. They bake MOFGA-certified organic breads for wholesale markets from the Midcoast through Waterville, including stores, cafes, buying clubs and CSA. Back 40 Bakehouse contributes all of the bread served at the MOFGA-El Salvador Sistering Committee’s Empty Bowl Supper. Learn more on their website: back40bakehouse.com.

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Meet Red Bog in Sedgwick

November 20, 2019

Meet Dale and Kipp Quinby of Red Bog in Sedgwick. The farm produces MOFGA-certified organic cranberries, sold through their farm stand and many local food retailers from Kittery through the Blue Hill Peninsula.

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