Login
"I know of no pursuit in which more real and important services can be rendered to any country than by improving its agriculture."
- George Washington
    

The Partridge Challenge
In January the Partridge Foundation awarded $1.0 million to establish an endowment to support MOFGA’s New Farmer Programs. It also pledged an additional $1.0 million if MOFGA can raise a similar amount before 2016. Read more.
Please join MOFGA in meeting this exciting challenge!

  

MOFGA's Weekly Bulletin Board
Sign up for our weekly email newsletter with the latest organic news, events and resources.
 

MOFGA

PO Box 170
Unity, ME  04988
Phone: 207-568-4142
Fax: 207-568-4141
Email: mofga@mofga.org

Physical Address:
294 Crosby Brook Road, Unity, ME



  You are here:  Home   


Thank you for another wonderful Fair!

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
'Yes We Can' Create a Sane Food Policy in the US
Common Dreams - 12/6/2008.
Two extensive reports released in April indicate that our current method of devising food policy is broken and that the current system is doing tremendous harm in many areas, including those that are of particular interest to President-elect Obama: human health, the environment, and global poverty.
The Price is Right?
Bangor Daily News - 12/6/2008.
The price paid for wild blueberries this year has dropped about 40 percent, according to some growers, and blueberry experts are blaming a bumper crop and a poor economy. This year’s crop is estimated to be 90 million pounds, compared with an average of 75 million pounds. Final harvest and price figures will not be available from the U.S. Department of Agriculture until mid-January.
CranberriesIt’s in the Cran ...
Bangor Daily News - 12/6/2008.
Vivian Chi Hua Wu, a University of Maine assistant professor of food science and human nutrition who is one of the world’s foremost cranberry researchers, believes the cranberry is a kind of superfood with the power to fight food poisoning and improve food safety. (Bangor Daily News photo by Kate Collins)
O Christmas tree, how natural are thy branches? Are Christmas trees really ever green?
Grist - 12/5/2008.
"Can you decorate your Fraser fir without getting pesticide residue in your lungs and on your skin?" Sure, if the tree is certified organic by the Department of Agriculture. Or if it is a Certified Naturally Grown tree, which meets the same basic requirements: it was raised without synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, using sustainable methods like composting and erosion control.
Current  Archive    Page: ... 11 12 13 14 15 16


    
Check out MOFGA's
online community!

Create your own profile website
List products and services that you offer
Post classified ads
Join forum discussions

Latest MOFGA.net forum posts

Organic Farm Looking for Fall harvest help by Ararat Farms LLC: "Ararat Farms in Lincolnville is hiring harvest help for kale and onions needed full time until mid November. Prior experience..."
Farm Grant proposal~ Votes needed to qualify~ please help! by Dogpatch Farm: "I'm a MOFGA member and just had the pleasure of displaying my Mulefoot hogs at the fair. I'm currently applying for a grant b..."
RE: New Generation of Green Thumbs to Rent Land by Mineral Earth Medicinals: "hello, we are looking for a sweet couple to occupy our farmhouse for the winter. we are a little over an hour from portland, ..."
free rooster by Michelle Kelly: "We have a beautiful young rooster who needs a home. We live intown and cannot keep him. He will be full size by spring and ..."
"Transformation -- Herbs to Help Process Emotional States" by avenabotanicals: "With Jacqueline Calder Stemming from 21 years' experience as a Medical Herbalist in Scotland and recent training in Tr..."

Upcoming MOFGA Events

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

November 21-23 - Low Impact Forestry Workshops


See the full calendar ...

Latest MOFGA.net members
  

Visit MOFGA.net: MOFGA's online community


Home | Programs | Agricultural Services | The Fair | Certification | Events | Publications | Resources | Store | Support MOFGA | Contact | MOFGA.net | Search
  Copyright © 2014 Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association   Terms Of Use  Privacy Statement    Site by Planet Maine