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PO Box 170, Unity, Maine 04988
Phone: 207-568-4142
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Maine Apple Camp - August 18-20, 2017, at Camp NEOFA in Liberty, Maine
Pre-registration closed; walk-ins welcome!

Maine Apple Camp
August 18-20, 2017
Camp NEOFA, Liberty, Maine


Price:
$165 for MOFGA members
$215 for non-members
For family registrations, please contact us.

This first-ever event will bring together folks who are excited about the future of heirloom fruit varieties: How to save them, what to do with them, how to make great cider, and who to work with. Held at a traditional Maine lakeside camp in Liberty, participants will check in for 2-1/2 days and 2 nights of immersive learning and community building.

Experts on heirloom fruit conservation in Maine and beyond will discuss how to bring back our lost fruit. We’ll cover efforts to preserve Maine apples, pears and other fruit as well as how those efforts connect (or might connect) to national and international projects. Some of New England’s most innovative hard-cider makers will cover the ins and outs of making our traditional beverage of choice. Others will cover organic orchard techniques and care, and creating community orchards. We will also explore how these forgotten fruits can return to prominence in restaurants, stores and bars as part of Maine’s food renaissance. For more information, click on the registration link.

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Maine’s grain past inspires Bet Ha’am kids to wheaty endeavor
Maine Sunday Telegram - 5/6/2012.
By Tom Atwell – Maine used to be a major wheat-growing state and remained a commercial source for wheat as late as the 1940s. Shai Levite and Toby Rosenberg shared that information last Sunday as fifth-graders at Congregation Bet Ha'am in South Portland planted a crop of spring wheat.
Federal food aid recipients double their money at local farmers’ markets
Treehugger - 5/5/2012.
By Christine Lepisto – The Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB) program in Michigan benefits recipients of assistance from the Federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly food stamps), and local farmers.
Clearcut chemicals
Living on Earth - 5/4/2012.
Timber companies in Oregon spray their forests with chemicals to prevent plant growth. The practice was banned decades ago in the state’s national forests. Ingrid Lobet reports on the practice and the residents who are worried that the chemicals are affecting their health.
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August 21 - Soil Health Field Day at Bumbleroot Farm

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August 30 - Farm Woodlot Management

August 31 - Introduction to Low Impact Forestry

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September 6 - Diverse Dairy

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