Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association
Our Vision
Our Vision

Our Vision

Our Vision

Our Vision

MOFGA envisions a future of healthy ecosystems, communities, people and economies sustained by the practices of organic agriculture.
MOFGA Events
MOFGA Events

MOFGA Events

MOFGA Events

MOFGA Events

MOFGA holds events every month – January through December
Got Organic Milk?
Got Organic Milk?

Got Organic Milk?

Got Organic Milk?

Got Organic Milk?

These beauties live on Chase’s Organic Dairy Farm in Mapleton. Where does your organic milk come from?
Why Organic?
Why Organic?

Why Organic?

Why Organic?

Why Organic?

Because we're all in this together!
Protect Organic in the 2018 Farm Bill
Protect Organic in the 2018 Farm Bill

Protect Organic in the 2018 Farm...

Protect Organic in the 2018 Farm Bill

Protect Organic in the 2018 Farm Bill

Organic farms like Nature’s Circle Farm in Limerick could lose ground without strong measures in the federal Farm Bill.
MOFGA loves organic dairy
MOFGA loves organic dairy

MOFGA loves organic dairy

MOFGA loves organic dairy

MOFGA loves organic dairy

Buy organic AND local!
MOFGA loves organic vegetables
MOFGA loves organic vegetables

MOFGA loves organic vegetables

MOFGA loves organic vegetables

MOFGA loves organic vegetables

Buy organic AND local … and delicious!

Kitchen Licensing Workshop

December 6, 2018 – Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center, Unity, Maine. Fee: $50; $35 for MOFGA members. Designed for farmers and others interested in home-food processing for resale. Registration

Hide Tanning Workshop

December 12, 2018 – 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center, Unity. $75; $50 for MOFGA members. Learn the basics of hide tanning in the traditional way and take home the skills you need to start tanning on your own. The workshop will be a prerequisite for our advanced hide tanning workshop hosted on February 26, 2019. Register here

Information for Prospective Apprentices

MOFGA's Apprenticeship Program is targeted for young adults, with or without previous farming experience – but all are welcome to apply. Apprenticeships may begin any time during the year, and last for any duration. Most farmers are looking for apprentices for the entire growing season. The usual apprenticeship involves labor in return for room and board, instruction and experience. Many farmers pay a modest stipend in addition.