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The Margesons

Know Your Organic Producers!

Meet Erich Margeson and his family from Margeson Organic Farm in Westmanland. The Margesons raise MOFGA certified organic potatoes, seed potatoes, winter squash, oats and garlic, which they sell through Maine Potato Lady,  Johnny's Selected Seeds and Fedco.

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
The heirloom, pre-Civil War grains at the heart of southern cooking
The Atlantic - 3/18/2012.
By Kasia Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg – The Perennial Plate, a series about sustainable eating, meets two of South Carolina's growers and chefs who are leading the return to 19th-century seeds and methods. Glenn Roberts began growing his own grain in 1998, after observing that many classic southern recipes can't be cooked with contemporary varieties of grains.
Buying club offers local food online
Kennebec Journal - 3/18/2012.
By Mechele Cooper – Gardiner: Supporting local farmers and eating fresh, locally grown organic food are priorities for Veronique Vendette. Vendette, of Gardiner, is a member of an online buying club for locally grown food, the first big project of a grassroots organization that hopes to open a permanent storefront "food hub" downtown.
Maple madness
Maine Sunday Telegram - 3/18/2012.
By Ray Routhier – Maine Maple Sunday has gotten so big that Michael Bryant has to hire a traffic cop to control the congestion caused by the thousands of cars heading to his sugar house in the tiny town of Newfield.
Will pollinators be there when you need them?
Bangor Daily News - 3/17/2012.
By Reeser Manley – Whether this will be your first vegetable gardening season or your 50th, your success with many crops will depend on the timely presence of pollinators. It is hard to imagine a successful gardening season without these industrious insects at work in the garden.
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