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March 2015

  • 26 - Whole Foods Market Mixer. Thursday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Hosted by MOFGA certified organic Goranson Farm, 250 River Road (Rte. 128) Dresden, ME 04342. Come network with representatives from Whole Foods! Lunch provided by Whole Foods. Whole Foods Market  (WFM) wants to meet certified organic farmers in Maine! The goal with this event is to open a dialogue with local farmers and producers who may be interested in building a relationship with WFM as supplier partners. WFM aims to provide insight into how this process works and answer any questions that may arise.  They have had tremendous success in partnering with local producers and are excited about the possibility of building successful relationships with many more. Farmers and businesses that supply Whole Foods will be attending to share their perspective, experience and expertise. This is a free event. RSVP here by March 19th. Sponsored by Whole Foods Market in partnership with MOFGA.
  • 26 - Film: Seeds of Time. Thursday, 6:30 p.m., Farmington Grange, Farmington. Hosted by Farmington Seed Savers Group with support from MOFGA, the University of Maine at Farmington and members of the Farmington Business Community. Information: Jo Josephson, jo.josephson@gmail.com; 778-2021. More about the film.
  • 26 - Growing Issues: "The World of Bees and Pollination." 6:30 p.m., Bernard Osher Foundation Auditorium, Portland Museum of Art. Hear Christy Hemenway from Gold Star Honeybees, Heather Spalding, MOFGA deputy director, and Fedco Seeds founder CR Lawn talk about our pollinators and the national and local issues that concern them and our food supply. Maine honey and mead tasting to follow. A Community Collaboration between Portland Museum of Art and MOFGA. Free for PMA and MOFGA members ($10 for the general public). Schedule and details.
  • 27 - Lincoln / Knox County Grower Meeting. Friday, Knox-Lincoln County Extension Office, 377 Manktown Rd., Waldoboro. Sessions on certification, soil health and crop planning​ presented by local farmers​. Opportunity to take the Pesticide Applicator License exam; RSVP at least 8 days prior. Details.
  • 27 - Film: Two Angry Moms - Making A Difference In America’s Lunchrooms. “It all started with my daughters’ lunch. My husband and I were packing healthy lunches for our kids, only to find that we were being undermined by the school’s offerings of junk food with no nutritional value. It made me angry. So I decided to do something about it. I made a movie. Food and Farm Film Festival, Friday, 7 p.m., above Rising Tide Community Market, Damariscotta. Free. Details.
  • 28 - School Garden Regional Gathering. 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Falmouth High School, Falmouth. Please RSVP at Eventbrite.
  • 29 - Seed Swap and Scion Exchange. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., MOFGA’s Common Ground Education Center, Unity. Gardeners and orchardists are invited to bring their seeds, scionwood and cuttings to share and to participate in educational workshops. Free! No registration required. Information.
  • 31 - Deadline to apply for MOFGA’s Organic Farmer Loan Fund, intended particularly to help organic farmers establishing credit history for their farms. Funds, generally between $5,000 to $20,000, may be used for working capital or farm equipment. Available to MOFGA-certified organic farmers; farmers transitioning to organic production; current participants and graduates of MOFGA’s Journeyperson Program. Applications accepted beginning Jan. 1. Information. 
  • 31 - "Sustainable Engagement with the Food System" at the Maine Sustainability & Water Conference. Tuesday, Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, Maine. Admission $45; includes lunch and admission to all sessions. Details.

April

  • 3 - MOFGA’s Common Ground radio show. 10 to 11 a.m. on WERU, 89.9 and 99.9 FM and weru.org
  • 3 - Film: PlanEat - Nothing Changes The Planet As Much As The Way We Eat. The film features the ground-breaking work of Dr. T Colin Campbell in China exploring the link between diet and disease, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn’s use of diet to treat heart disease patients, and Professor Gidon Eshel’s investigations into how our food choices contribute to global warming, land use and oceanic deadzones. Food and Farm Film Festival, Friday, 7 p.m., above Rising Tide Community Market, Damariscotta. Free. Details.
  • 4 - Growing Issues: "Inside the Portland Food Co-op." 11 a.m., Bernard Osher Foundation Auditorium, Portland Museum of Art. Food co-ops are on the rise nationally. Learn why these organizations are integral to a sustainable community and about the Portland Food Co-op’s unique mission to serve the community. Panelists: Mary Alice Scott, education and outreach coordinator for the Portland Food Co-op; Stacy Brenner, Broadturn Farm, MOFGA-certified organic farmer. A Community Collaboration between Portland Museum of Art and MOFGA. Free for PMA and MOFGA members ($10 for the general public). Schedule and details.
  • 5 and 6 - The Small-Scale Cheese Business: A Guide to Running a Successful Farmstead Creamery. Two day-long workshops presented by Gianaclis Caldwell on Sunday and Monday in the Augusta area, with visits to two farmstead creameries. $100 for members of the Maine Cheese Guild; $300 per non-member. For reservations, send the full fee amount by check or money-order (payable to “Maine Cheese Guild”) along with your name, business name (if applicable), and an email address where you want the confirmation sent to: Maine Cheese Guild, c/o Mary Belding, Treasurer, 250 Walker Mills Rd., Harrison, ME 04040.
  • 7 - Immune system and vaccination programs for poultry flocks. Tuesday, 2:00 pm EST. Free webinar led by Dr. David Frame of Utah State University. The final webinar in this health-related series will focus on the avian immune system and vaccination programs for poultry flocks. Dr. Frame will also discuss things to do to minimize health challenges. Information on extension.org
  • 7-9 - Northeast Farm to Institution Summit. UMass Amherst, Amherst, Mass. Early Bird Registration extended until March 13. Special rate for students and farmers. $75 for one day, $140 for two days, $200 for three days. Registration will close on Monday, March 23. Details.
  • 8 - Grow Your Own Organic Garden. 6 to 9 p.m. Classes held in locations throughout Maine to give gardeners the skills and knowledge to transition from conventional to organic gardening. Registration: typically $5 to cover handouts. Information with class locations.
  • 8 - Grow Your Own Organic Garden workshop. 6 p.m., Belfast Free Library, 106 High St. Free workshop with C.J. Walke of MOFGA. Sponsors: MOFGA, Belfast Free Library, Belfast Co-op. Details.
  • 9 - School Garden Regional Gathering. 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Maranacook High School, Readfield. Please RSVP at Eventbrite.
  • 9 - Fair Steering Committee. Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Members welcome. Information: aprilb@mofga.org
  • 10 - Film: Unacceptable Levels - Pollution Just Got Personal. Unacceptable Levels examines the results of the chemical revolution of the 1940s through the eyes of affable filmmaker Ed Brown, a father seeking to understand the world in which he and his wife are raising their children. Food and Farm Film Festival, Friday, 7 p.m., above Rising Tide Community Market, Damariscotta. Free. Details.
  • 11 - MOFGA’s Organic Orcharding Workshop: Grafting Fruit Trees. Locations: Common Ground Education Center in Unity with Jen Ries, or College of the Atlantic in Mount Desert with C.J. Walke. Learn to propagate and reproduce your favorite fruit tree varieties. Participants graft trees to take home and plant. $50 per person. Information and registration.
  • 11 - "Cultivating Our Community 2015: Healthy Soil Matters!" Presented in partnership by East Sangerville Grange, Piscataquis County Soil & Water Conservation District, and Maine Highlands MOFGA Chapter. Speakers will cover topics of interest to both gardeners and commercial farmers. Program is free and runs from 10 to 2:30 at the East Sangerville Grange. Doors open at 9:30. Light lunch will be provided. Directions at: www.grange.org/eastsangervilleme177/ or call Erin Callaway at 343-0171. RSVPs appreciated to make lunch planning easier.
  • 14 - Volunteer Kitchen Work Day at MOFGA. Tuesday, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Join Cheryl Wixson in MOFGA's Common Kitchen! We'll prepare food for future MOFGA events, organize the kitchen, and learn new kitchen tips. Contact Anna Libby to register (alibby@mofga.org or 568-4142). We'll have a delicious lunch and T-shirts for all our volunteers!
  • 14 - Webinar: The Relevance of Soil Biology in Assessing Fertility and Soil Health. 2 p.m. Presented by Will Brinton, Ph.D., Director, Woods End Laboratories, and faculty associate, University of Maine. Participants will learn how soil biology directly and indirectly influences crop growth and nutrient cycling, along with methods for measuring biological activity in soil and interpreting soil respiration to understand nutrient availability. Details.
  • 14 - Organic Orcharding workshop. 6 p.m., Belfast Free Library, 106 High St. Free workshop with C.J. Walke of MOFGA. Sponsors: MOFGA, Belfast Free Library, Belfast Co-op. Information.
  • 16 - Kitchen Licensing Workshop. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Common Ground Education Center, Unity. Co-sponsored by UMaine Cooperative Extension; for farmers and others interested in home food processing for resale. Registration (includes lunch): $35 for MOFGA members; $50 for non-members. Information and registration.
  • 17 - Film: The Organic Life - A Love Letter To The Land. The Organic Life is a yearlong chronicle of life on the farm. The film shows not only who grows your food, but also how it is grown. We’ve all seen the end product at farmer’s markets, grocery stores, and restaurants; however, rarely do we think about what actually transpires in the 200-some days it takes your local farmer to produce that heirloom tomato. Food and Farm Film Festival, Friday, 7 p.m., above Rising Tide Community Market, Damariscotta. Free. Details.
  • 17 - "Indigenous Solidarity - Decolonization, Herb Gardens, and Free Clinics." Friday, 2 p.m., at MOFGA's Library, Common Ground Education Center, Unity; Saturday April 18, 10 a.m. at Avena Botanicals, Rockport; and Sunday, April 19, 6 p.m. at the Belfast Free Library, Belfast. August Sender of Fireweed Herbals (Waldo, Maine) and Lroy Meryhew of the Stone Cabin Collective (Marshfield, Vt.) will present a slideshow and discuss the connections between the history of colonization in the northeastern and southeastern United States, focusing on the Black Mesa Reservation in Arizona. For more than 40 years, the Diné of Black Mesa have resisted forced removal, coal and uranium mining, and the genocidal policies that have ripped apart their sacred lands and displaced thousands of people native to the area. For more information: www.supportblackmesa.org, www.facebook.com/stonecabin. Contact: fireweed.herbals@gmail.com, 207-470-7072.
  • 18 - Earth Day Work Day at MOFGA. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Volunteers are welcome to celebrate Earth Day by helping us prepare our grounds for the growing season. Volunteers receive a hearty lunch and a free T-shirt. FMI or to RSVP for the workday: Anna Libby, alibby@mofga.org, 568-4142
  • 18 - MOFGA’s Organic Orcharding Workshop: Orcharding 101, Unity. Join Michael Phillips, author of "The Apple Grower," for a comprehensive exploration of organic disease and insect strategies. $50 for non-members; $40 for members. Information and registration.
  • 18 - Miniature Birch-bark Canoes: A crafting project for kids and families. Saturday: 9:30am to 12:00pm. Koviashuvik Local Living School,Temple ME. $15 per child, parents are free. Information: Koviashuvik: Bark Canoes
  • 18 - Empty Bowl Supper to benefit MOFGA’s El Salvador Sistering Committee. 6 p.m., Unitarian Universalist Church, Miller St., Belfast. $15 at the door ($35 maximum for families). Cosponsored by the Belfast Unitarian Universalist Church.
  • 18-19 - Chainsaw Safety. Hidden Valley Nature Center, Jefferson. Co-sponsored by MOFGA. FMI: hvnc.org, andy@hvnc.org or 200-8840
  • 19 - Help Plant 75 Historic Apple and Pear Trees in MOFGA’s Maine Heritage Orchard in Unity. 9 a.m. to the afternoon. We'll start with a demonstration on how to plant a tree. All ages are welcome. Bring a shovel, lunch, friends and kids. No charge. FMI: MOFGA.org or apples@mofga.org.
  • 23-26 - Four-day Timber Frame Workshop. Hidden Valley Nature Center, Jefferson. Basics of post and beam construction, starting with standing trees and ending with a finished handsome and rugged small building. Co-sponsored by MOFGA. Some scholarships available. $500 ($450 for HVNC & MOFGA members) includes lunch and all materials. No previous carpentry experience necessary. FMI: hvnc.org, andy@hvnc.org or 200-8840.
  • 24 - Film: Food Stamped - Is It Possible To Eat Healthy On A Food Stamp Budget? Food Stamped is an informative and humorous documentary film following a couple as they attempt to eat a healthy, well-balanced diet on a food stamp budget. Food and Farm Film Festival, Friday, 7 p.m., above Rising Tide Community Market, Damariscotta. Free. Details.
  • 25 - Maine Permaculture Design Certification Course begins. Cosponsored by The Resilience Hub and MOFGA. A one-weekend-per-month format for the internationally-recognized full Permaculture Design Certificate Course, running April through October 2015. $250. Details.
  • 25 - 2nd Annual Principle Six Conference. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Viles Arboretum, Augusta. Participatory workshops and networking for planning the cooperative future of Maine’s economy. Details.
  • 26 - Intermediate Sheep Shearing Class. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Washington, Maine. $85 per person, includes shearing manual and lunch. Details and registration.
  • 28 - Soil Health. 6 p.m., Belfast Free Library, 106 High St. Free presentation with Mark Fulford of Teltane Farm and Lookfar Ag Service. Sponsors: Belfast Free Library and Belfast Co-op. Information.
  • 30 - School Garden Regional Gathering. 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Leavitt Area High School, Turner. Please RSVP at Eventbrite.

May 2015

  • 1 - Low Impact Forestry 101 Field Day. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Cherryfield. Sponsored by MOFGA's Low Impact Forestry program and the Maine Forest Service. Free registration with recommended donation of $10 per person. Contact Anna Mueller, MOFGA Events Coordinator: events@mofga.org; 568-4142. Details. Registration on the MOFGA Store.
  • 1 - Film: Queen of the Sun - What Are The Bees Telling Us. A profound, alternative look at the global bee crisis from Taggart Siegel, director of The Real Dirt On Farmer John. Taking us on a journey through the catastrophic disappearance of bees and the mysterious world of the beehive. Food and Farm Film Festival, Friday, 7 p.m., above Rising Tide Community Market, Damariscotta. Free. Details.
  • 8 - Film: Ingredients - The Local Food Movement Takes Root. At the focal point of this movement, and of this film, are the farmers and chefs who are creating a truly sustainable food system. Their collaborative work has resulted in great tasting food and an explosion of consumer awareness about the benefits of eating local. Food and Farm Film Festival, Friday, 7 p.m., above Rising Tide Community Market, Damariscotta. Free. Details.
  • 9 - Maine School Garden Day K-12 Educator Training Workshop, Sanford. Details.
  • 9 - Twelve Months of Carrots: From spacing to storage to carrot-kraut. A class about eating carrots every month of the year. Saturday, 9:30am to 12:00pm. Koviashuvik Local Living School, Temple ME. $20 Information: Koviashuvik: 12 Months of Carrots
  • 9 - Wooden Spoon Carving. Saturday, 2:00 to 5:00pm. Koviashuvik Local Living School, Temple ME. $25. Information: Koviashuvik: Wooden Spoons
  • 9-10 – Chainsaw Safety. Hidden Valley Nature Center, Jefferson. Co-sponsored by MOFGA. FMI: hvnc.org, andy@hvnc.org or 200-8840.
  • 14 - School Garden Regional Gathering. 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Ridge View Community School, Dexter. Please RSVP at Eventbrite.
  • 14 - Fair Steering Committee. Thursday, Noon to 3:30 p.m. Members welcome. Information: aprilb@mofga.org
  • 15 - Tree ID and Evening Tea: Learn Trees and Make Tree Teas. Friday, 4:30pm to 6:30pm. Koviashuvik Local Living School, Temple ME. Free Information: Koviashuvik: Tree Id and Evening Tea
  • 15 - Film: American Meat - Our Meat Is Changing For Good. Pro-farmer look at chicken, hog and cattle production in America. Beginning with a history of our current industrial system, the feedlots and confinement operations are unveiled, not through hidden cameras, but through the eyes of the farmers who live and work there. From there, the story shifts to Polyface Farms, where the Salatin family has developed an alternative agricultural model based on rotational grazing and local distribution. Food and Farm Film Festival, Friday, 7 p.m., above Rising Tide Community Market, Damariscotta. Free. Details.
  • 16 - Wild Greens for the Common Table: a class on Identification, gathering, and feasting. Saturday, 9:30am to 2:00pm. Koviashuvik Local Living School, Temple ME. $55 Information: Koviashuvik: Wild Greens
  • 22 - Film: Growing Local - A Leave It Better Story. Maine artist Bridget Besaw says, “We’ve made a series about small farms and the uncertain fate of the local food movement. The challenge of this series was weaving together three separate but connected stories to create a coherent narrative about local food and local farms. Food and Farm Film Festival, Friday, 7 p.m., above Rising Tide Community Market, Damariscotta. Free. Details.
  • 30 - Knife Sharpening De-mystified. Saturday, 10:00am to 12:00pm. Koviashuvik Local Living School, Temple ME. $15. Information: Koviashuvik: Knife Sharpening
  • 30 - School Garden Regional Gathering. 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Washington Academy, East Machias. Please RSVP at Eventbrite.
  • 30 - Carving the Kitchen Spoon/Spatula: an introduction to the draw-knife and shave-horse. Saturday, 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Koviashuvik Local Living School, Temple ME. $30 Information: Koviashuvik: Carving the Kitchen Spoon/ Spatula

June 2015

Weekly beginning in June: MOFGA’s Farm Training Project Workshops in locations around Maine. Apprentices and other beginning and aspiring farmers visit other farms, learn from farmers about their areas of expertise, and network.

  • 11 - Fair Steering Committee. Thursday, 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Members welcome. Information: aprilb@mofga.org
  • 13 - Farm & Homestead Day at MOFGA. Learn all you need to know and more about living in rural Maine. Free!
  • 27 - MOFGA’s Organic Orcharding Workshop: Summer Orchard Care. Location TBD. Instructor: C.J. Walke. Tips and tricks to care for your orchard through the summer and get your orchard to a successful harvest in the fall. $50; $45 student/apprentice; $35 MOFGA members; free for JPs. Information and registration.

July 2015

  • 9 - Poultry Processing, Unity. MOFGA’s organic livestock expert Diane Schivera and Nettie Fox Farm farmer Everett Ottinger teach how to process your own meat birds successfully and sanitarily.
  • 9 - Fair Steering Committee. Thursday, 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Members welcome. Information: aprilb@mofga.org
  • 11 - Rocket Stove Building Workshop. Saturday, 9:30am to 12:30pm. Koviashuvik Local Living School, Temple ME. $35 Information: Koviashuvik: Rocket Stoves
  • 23-26 - Four-day Timber Frame Workshop. Hidden Valley Nature Center, Jefferson. Basics of post and beam construction, starting with standing trees and ending with a finished handsome and rugged small building. Co-sponsored by MOFGA. Some scholarships available. $500 ($450 for HVNC & MOFGA members), includes lunch and all materials. No previous carpentry experience necessary. FMI: hvnc.org, andy@hvnc.org or 200-8840.
  • 25 - Moccasin Making (with optional rubber soles!) Saturday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. Koviashuvik Local Living School, Temple ME. $110 Information: Koviashuvik: Moccasin Making
  • 26 - Koviashuvik Open House. Sunday 1:00am to 5:00pm. Tours at 1:30 and 3:00pm Koviashuvik Local Living School, Temple ME. Free. Information: Koviashuvik Open House

August 2015

  • 7 to 9, Aug 14 to 16, August 21 to 23 - Family Sustainability-Stay: An Educational Vacation for All Ages. 10:30 a.m. Friday to Sunday afternoon. Koviashuvik Local Living School, Temple ME. $800 per family all meals and snacks included. Information: Koviashuvik Family Sustainability Stay
  • 8 - MOFGA’s Organic Orcharding Workshop: Bud Grafting, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., North Branch Farm, Monroe. Bud grafting is a great way to start your own fruit trees and many ornamentals. Join Seth Yentes and practice bud grafting in his nursery plot. $50 non-members; $45 Student/Apprentice; $35 members; Journeypersons free. Information and registration.
  • 13 - Fair Steering Committee. Thursday, 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Members welcome. Information: aprilb@mofga.org

September 2015

  • 10 - Fair Steering Committee. Thursday, 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Members welcome. Information: aprilb@mofga.org
  • 25-27 - MOFGA’s Common Ground Country Fair, Unity. The Fair is MOFGA's premier event celebrating rural living. Three full days of educational talks and demonstrations, entertainment, delicious Maine-grown organic food and products from local artisans. To volunteer, contact volunteers@mofga.org.
  • 30 - Waldo Organic Growers meeting at MOFGA. Help MOFGA clean up after the Fair and help John Bunker in the Maine Heritage Orchard. Come as early as you can. Potluck at 6 p.m. in the MOFGA library. FMI about this and other WOG events: Nan Cobbey, 338-1198.

October 2015

  • TBD - Fair Steering Committee Joint Meeting. Sunday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Members welcome. Information: aprilb@mofga.org
  • 3 - Processing Acorns into Flour. Saturday 10am to 3pm Koviashuvik Local Living School. Temple, ME. $35 Information: Koviashuvik: Processing Acorns into Flour
  • 10 and 11 - Pack-basket Weaving Weekend. 9am Saturday to mid-afternoon Sunday. Koviashuvik Local Living School, Temple ME. $275, all meals provided. Information: Koviashuvik: Pack-basket Weaving Weekend
  • 10-12 - Nose to Tail Pork Processing, Unity. Covers all aspects of raising, humanely slaughtering, and processing pigs. Registration opens June 15.
  • 16 - 4th Annual Maine Farm to School Conference, Kennebec Valley Community College. Details.
  • 18 - Great Maine Apple Day. MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center, Unity. Celebrate the history, tradition and flavor of Maine apples with MOFGA.
  • 28 - Waldo Organic Growers meeting at MOFGA. 6 p.m. Richard Frost of Frost Family Farm in Liberty will speak on "Working with willow – how to grow it, market it, build with it." FMI about this and other WOG events: Nan Cobbey, 338-1198.

November 2015

  • 6-8 - Farmer to Farmer Conference. Friday through Sunday, Point Lookout Resort, Northport, Maine. MOFGA’s annual conference for farmers provides a great opportunity to talk about what works and what doesn’t while learning new ideas from university faculty, fellow farmers and others.
  • 12 - Fair Steering Committee. Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Members welcome. Information: aprilb@mofga.org
  • 14-15 – Maine Harvest Festival, Bangor. Information.
  • TBD - Low Impact Forestry Workshops, Unity. Learn and practice sustainable woodlot management and logging with animals and with low-impact machinery. For beginners and experienced.
  • TBD - Chainsaw and Forestry Safety Courses, Unity. Level I is a two-day course covering many aspects of chainsaw use, including basics of saw mechanics, operation, maintenance, safety, and safe felling techniques. Level II is for the saw operators with experience who want to practice and improve their technique.

December 2015

  • 2 - Kitchen Licensing Workshop, Unity. For farmers and others interested in home- food processing for resale.
  • 10 - Fair Steering Committee. Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Members welcome. Information: aprilb@mofga.org

    

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