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Code County Farm Type Marketing Stipend? Housing? # Positions Available Profile  
AND-01 Androscoggin Vegetables/Fruit|Other livestock|Value-added/processing Community Supported Agriculture Yes Separate 2 35 acre diversified farm in central Maine. 7 acres of organic vegetables and raspberries marketed through a 180+ member CSA; ten acres of orchard- selling wholesale and retail and cider; farm stand open Sept.-Nov.; turkeys, laying hens, pigs, sheep for food and fiber; hand tools, small tractor cultivation More...
ARO-11 Aroostook Vegetables/Fruit|Value-added/processing Wholesale Yes Separate 2 Aroostook Hops is located in Westfield, a small town (pop. 549) just south of Presque Isle (which has most “town” amenities), in Aroostook county. We grow 4-acres of of hops (our primary crop). We sell mainly to local Maine and NH breweries, and some to homebrewers. We plan to conduct an experiment this summer using sheep as weeders in the hopyard, and use a small tractor combined with various other specialized equipment and hand tools. More...
CUM-03 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit|Other livestock|Diverse/integrated crop/livestock|Educational Community Supported Agriculture Yes Separate 3 The farm produces over fifty certified vegetable crops, wild blueberries and pastured pork for a 300+ member CSA and wholesale. In addition we also produce high quality certified hay and baleage for other local producers. There are several barns, high tunnels and a greenhouse where we grow our own seedlings. We have 3 tractors that we use for tillage, transplanting, seeding, weed cultivation and vegetable/blueberry harvest. More...
CUM-04 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit|Dairy|Other livestock|Educational Community Supported Agriculture Yes Separate Full for 2016 We produce organic vegetables for a 150 share CSA and we produce cut flowers primarily used for our floral design business. We host weddings at the farm each weekend and host a summer day camp. We milk a cow, raise pork and chickens. More...
CUM-18 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit|Other livestock|Diverse/integrated crop/livestock Community Supported Agriculture Yes Separate Full for 2016 Frith Farm is a diversified organic farm in Scarborough. We grow no-till vegetables, pastured poultry, heritage pork, and grass-fed lamb on 14 acres. Our methods are intensive, most work is by hand, and we process our poultry on the farm. We sell through CSA and at local farmer’s markets and natural food stores. More...
CUM-19 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit|Diverse/integrated crop/livestock Other direct-to-consumer (Farm Stand, Farmers' Market, Restaurant) Yes Separate 4 Laughing Stock Farm is located in Freeport. We have been growing vegetables commercially here for 20 years and plant about 15 acres of vegetables. We grow year round in 7 greenhouses and well farm fresh products 50 weeks a year. We also have flowers, herbs, fruits, pigs, goats, and laying hens. We are full time farmers and are looking for both summer and year round apprentices. We pay apprentices $9/hr, and pay more for experienced workers. More...
CUM-21 Cumberland Other livestock|Value-added/processing|Homesteading Other direct-to-consumer (Farm Stand, Farmers' Market, Restaurant) Yes Separate 1-2 We are a full-time family owned 65 acre farm located about 25 minutes from Portland. MOFGA certified organic (since 1988), we are a pasture-based poultry farm with a state certified on-farm processing facility. Using the model of ruminants (Finnish landrace sheep) in rotation with pasture raised poultry (chickens and turkey), we incorporate many of our own innovations specifically tailored to open-pastures, and our desire to give our animals the very best possible. Interests also in value added product development, business planning, alternative energy and natural building. More...
CUM-23 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit|Other livestock|Diverse/integrated crop/livestock|Nursery Stock|Homesteading Community Supported Agriculture Yes Separate 4 Mixed vegetable and meat operation in Western Maine. We plant 9 acres. The farm has a CSA program, farmstand, goes to local markets and sells to wholesale accounts. Sweet old farmhouse in a great community with lots of swimming and ice cream opportunities Good times to be had by all. More...
CUM-24 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit|Educational Other direct-to-consumer (Farm Stand, Farmers' Market, Restaurant) Yes Communal 1 Winslow Farm is an organic market farm located in west Falmouth cultivating about three acres of vegetables and fruit. Markets include local farmer’s markets, farm stand, CSA, restaurants, and Portland Food Co-op. Pick-your-own blueberries are the highlight of the season, yet the diversity of vegetables is overwhelming! More...
CUM-25 Cumberland Vegetables/Fruit Other direct-to-consumer (Farm Stand, Farmers' Market, Restaurant) Yes Separate 3 Pine Root is 12-acre vegetable farm in its third year of operation, located in beautiful Steep Falls, 35 minutes from Portland. We grow over 100 varieties of vegetables, flowers, and herbs, marketed through our on-site farm stand and wholesale accounts. Owned and operated by Ruby, age 25, life-long farmer excited about building a new business and sharing the experience. Not organic, but (un)conventional, striving to be a valuable asset to our community by keeping our produce accessible, practices evolving, and the hungry fed. Apprentices work hard, learn all the aspects small commercial farming, and leave with a new appreciation for tractors, ice cream, and cool rivers. More...
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