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Educational farming exchange fills gaps, but not likely a solution for Maine farm labor shortages

March 28, 2019 – By Sam Schipani, Bangor Daily News – There is a lot to do on A Wrinkle in Thyme Farm in Sumner. Besides tending to and shearing their flock of nearly 30 sheep, owners Mary Ann and Marty Haxton gather sap from hundreds of maple taps, host spinning and felting classes and attend about a dozen fiber events around the country every year.

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