|Maine Fare winners named|
Portland Press Herald - 9/15/2009.A pair of amateur cooks won the chance to join respected Portland chefs Sam Hayward and Jeff Landry in their restaurant kitchens during the recent recipe contest held in conjunction with last weekend's inaugural Maine Fare event in Camden.
|If JBS-Pilgrim’s deal goes through, four mega-firms will dominate the meat|
Grist - 9/15/2009.By Tom Philpott – Earlier this month, The Wall Street Journal reported that the Brazilian firm JBS – the globe’s largest beef processor – was on the verge of buying U.S. chicken giant Pilgrim’s Pride. Although the companies have since remained mum on the tie-up, rumors of an imminent deal continue to swirl.
|Student grateful for work, lessons from farm project|
Portland Press Herald - 9/15/2009.Letter by Sumaya Mohamed – I live in Riverton Park and I go to Deering High School. I worked this summer at River Point in Falmouth. I was employed by the Organic Farming Project of the Center for African Heritage, learning how to grow vegetables and raise livestock. We were paid with stimulus funds administered by Goodwill Workforce Solutions.
|Seaweed harvest dispute swirling|
Bangor Daily News - 9/15/2009.By Sharon Kiley Mack – Cobscook Bay: Chouan Strongin shoots her seaweed rake over the side of her dory, catching the tops of rockweed plants in its tines and then slicing it with the blade below. With a twist, Strongin captures the seaweed she has just cut and flips it into her boat.