Dwight Gagnon

James Alfred Jean. Photo courtesy of Dwight Gagnon

Here’s a memory from Dwight Gagnon: 

“Here’s an image of my great-grandfather in the field at our homestead in Benton, Maine. My mom said that I was the most like my great-grandfather of any of my siblings. I like simple things, good food, nature and peacefulness. My daughter Amy and I still co-own the homestead. She has been close to orchard development through MOFGA and learned grafting through workshops and the scion exchange. We have planted a small orchard in the field at the homestead … My sister, Carol, has a good friend that is involved with Maine Fiddle Camp, which has a dance floor and stage at the Common Ground Country Fair. This was where my daughter and I first became involved with Maine Fiddle Camp and playing fiddle. So grateful for MOFGA.”

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