Farmer Resources

MOFGA programs and technical support for aspiring, beginning and established farmers and producers to grow the number of commercially viable organic operations in Maine. We address production, business and quality of life issues and assist all farms using sustainable practices.

MOFGA Certification

Learn about organic certification with MOFGA Certification Services
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Farmer Training Programs

Whether you’re just getting started or an experienced farmer looking for support we have training programs to help
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Farmer to Farmer Conference

MOFGA's annual conference for farmers
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Pest Reports/Alerts

Check out our pest reports and sign up to receive alerts
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Financial Resources

Price Reports

Review our organic price reports and submit your prices here
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Technical Assistance

Request technical assistance
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The Organic Sprout

Our newsletter for certified organic producers
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Upcoming Events for Farmers

Our programs are built on the principle that hands-on and peer-to-peer learning are the most effective ways to develop expertise, share innovation and grow the supportive communities of practice that farmers, gardeners and eaters need to succeed in building a sustainable food and farm system in Maine. Join us for our various workshops, meetings, farm tours and conferences throughout the year!

Check out MOFGA’s 2020 Farmer to Farmer Conference.

Relevant articles

Climate Change, Resilience and the Future of Food

By Holli Cederholm The weather instability that farmers are dealing with today is truly “unprecedented,” according to Laura Lengnick, a soil scientist and the founder of Cultivating Resilience, LLC, in Asheville, North Carolina. Farmers have always had to assess weather-associated risks, but not like this. “Never before in the history – the 10,000 year history

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Pasture-Based Livestock Profitability

By Holli Cederholm In Bowdoinham, Maine, farmers Abby Sadauckas and Jake Galle of Apple Creek Farm raise a diverse mix of grass-based, certified organic livestock for eggs and meat, as well as value-added bone broths and pate, sold year-round at local farmers’ markets and a handful of retail outlets. Aspects of holistic management have informed

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How Safely Do You Operate Your Tractor

2017 tractor safety course students at Hall’s Implement Co. in Windham with instructors Jason Lilley (UMaine Cooperative Extension, Cumberland County) and George Hall. Photo courtesy of Jason Lilley By Ellen S. Gibson, Farm Education Specialist, Maine AgrAbility How did you learn to drive a tractor? As a woman who began farming in her 40s, I know that training

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Wondering how to get started as a farm business in Maine? We’ve created this listing to help navigate the process. 

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