Category: Spring Growth

Mark Winne

“A vision of food security makes room at the table for everyone,” said Mark Winne at MOFGA’s Spring Growth Conference. English photo. MOFGA’s Spring Growth Conference, March 23, 2002, Unity, Maine My involvement with Maine, food and agriculture goes back to my college days at Bates College. Those were the days – the early days

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Doug Flack

Doug Flack, Ph.D., of Flack Family Farm in Vermont, believes that grass-fed animals play an essential role on farms and in our diets. English photo. Both of Doug Flack’s parents went to medical school in the 1920s, and Doug himself spent some time in medical school, then was trained in ecology and evolutionary biology. He

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Virginia Worthington

Virginia Worthington, Ph.D., of Nutrikinetics in Washington, D.C., shared her research showing nutritional differences between organic and conventional produce at Spring Growth. English photo. Dr. Virginia Worthington is a nutritionist who holds a doctorate from Johns Hopkins University and is now a nutritional consultant with Nutrikinetics of Washington, D.C. She has compared studies of nutritional

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Jean Ann Pollard

Jean Ann Pollard, CSA owner and author of The Simply Grande Gardening Cookbook, gave a delightful talk at Spring Growth about the history and uses of produce grown on her farm. English photo. MOFGA’s Spring Growth Conference, March 23, 2002, Unity, Maine Jean Ann Pollard followed Doug Flack’s talk by complimenting him in his abundance

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