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Cecil Linscott Jr. and Ann Wilson of
White Orchard Farm in Frankfort


Know Your Organic Producers!

Meet Cecil Linscott Jr. and Ann Wilson of White Orchard Farm in Frankfort. This MOFGA certified organic farm produces unpasteurized and unhomogenized whole milk, skim milk and cream – in glass bottles – and yogurt. Find White Orchard milk products at the Blue Hill Coop, Good Tern in Rockland, Natural Living Center in Bangor, Bucksport Bakeshop, and Marsh Stream Coop in Brooks.

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Angriculture and the Environment, It's Our Choice
Common Dreams - 4/30/2009.
by Jim Goodman. Farmers claim to be stewards of the environment, some would say it's best friend; others, its worst enemy. The truth is we can be both. Humans have never left a small footprint, we have always tried to shape the environment to suit our needs. Initially farming had one purpose, food; farming provided a more stable diet than the hunter-gatherer existence.
‘New Scientist’: Swine flu stems from virus that evolved in U.S.
Grist - 4/30/2009.
by Tom Philpott. In a pair of articles in New Scientist, Debora MacKenzie links the swine flu virus now spreading across the globe to large-scale pork-raising operations in the United States.
What Do Low Income Americans Think About Sustainable Food?
La Vida Locavore - 4/29/2009.
by Jill Richardson. The food justice movement spends countless hours and dollars trying to help low-income Americans obtain access to fresh, healthy food, but what do low-income folks want? Clearly, people want to be able to eat, but do they think "organic" means "yuppie food"? An article by Caroline B. Webber and Jamie S. Dollahite called "Attitudes and Behaviors of Low-Income Food Heads of Households Toward Sustainable Food Concepts" set out to address that.
Imagine a World Without Seafood for Supper -- It's Nearer Than You Think
Alternet - 4/29/2009.
by Andrew Purvis, The Observer U.K. The majority of fish populations have been reduced by 70-95% -- and global demand keeps rising.
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September 5 - MOFGA’s Common Ground radio show

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September 6 - Seed Saving 101 & The Scattered Seed Project

September 9 - MOFGA Farm Training Project workshop: Seed Saving

September - 19, 20 and 21 - MOFGA’s Common Ground Country Fair

September 27 - Beyond Hunger: Communities of Change

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