To learn more about PFAS contamination in Maine, check out our resources page. We continue to update it with information for farmers and gardeners, and the general public. To support farmers dealing with potential PFAS contamination, MOFGA is working with Maine Farmland Trust to administer a PFAS emergency fund. It is meant to serve as a safety net to provide interim support, getting the farms from their initial PFAS testing to when they can access state-run longer-term PFAS support programs. National support for farmers is also needed — read Executive Director Sarah Alexander’s opinion piece in The Portland Press Herald calling for national standards for PFAS in food and visit our take action page to learn about policy developments.