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Tristan (right) and Jon Noyes of MOFGA certified organic
Gromaine LLC.

Know Your Organic Producers!

Meet Tristan (right) and Jon Noyes of Gromaine LLC, a MOFGA certified organic farm in Caribou that provides more than 50 varieties of lettuce and leafy greens to select Maine restaurants, specialty grocers and directly to consumers – including at the Common Ground Country Fair. These brothers descend from six generations of Maine farmers. Jon grows the crops in Aroostook County, and Tristan, based in Cumberland County, does the marketing.

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
How to Feed the World by 2050: Biotech Isn't the Answer
The Atlantic - 3/21/2011.
We don't need to grow more food. Instead, we need to know the world's future population - and what these people will be eating.
Our View: Legislature should tweak, not gut, chemical law
Portland Press Herald - 3/20/2011.
Editorial: A political environment created by Gov. LePage is as toxic as some regulated substances.
Maine farmers lobby for white potato
Kennebec Journal - 3/20/2011.
By Jonathan Riskind <jriskind@mainetoday.com>. MaineToday Media, Washington Bureau Chief. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is ignoring the Maine white potato's nutritional qualities, says U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, who is helping lead a lobbying effort to preserve the good name and federal standing of a vegetable that proponents say is much more than just another starch.
Towns exempt small farms from limits on selling food
Associated Press - 3/19/2011.
At town meetings this month, residents in the Hancock County towns of Sedgwick and Penobscot passed ordinances that supporters say will help small-scale farming and food processing operations. A state legislator is proposing a law that would give similar exemptions.
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October 3 - MOFGA’s Common Ground radio show

October 5 - Herb Blending Day

October 11 to 13 - MOFGA's Nose To Tail Pork Processing Workshop

October 14 - Mainstreaming Local Food To Institutions

October 25 - Great Maine Apple Day

November 1-3 - MOFGA’s Farmer to Farmer Conference

November 15 - Farm Cooperative Design Day

November 20 - Introduction to Low-Impact Forestry

November 21 - Negotiation and Conflict Management Skills Workshop

November 21-22 - Chainsaw Safety Course

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