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MOFGA presentations at the 2015 Agricultural Trades Show

Tuesday, January 13
Augusta Civic Center


Each year at Maine's Agricultural Trades Show, MOFGA offers a series of presentations and discussion groups covering a wide range of sustainable agriculture subjects. All presentations are free and open to the public. Presentations are held in the Cumberland Room, the Piscataquis/Sagadahoc Room, and the Androscoggin Room (one presentation, 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.). There is no pre-registration for the day's events. Complete schedule of presentations.

MOFGA members are encouraged to attend the Association's Annual Meeting, which will be held from 1:30 to 4:00 in the Piscataquis/Sagadahoc Room.
More details.

MOFGA also has an information exhibit during all three days of the Trades Show. Staff and committee members are available to answer questions about MOFGA's ongoing programs.

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
US farmers may face crackdown on pesticide use
Common Dreams - 7/25/2010.
By Les Blumenthal (McClatchy Newspapers) – Washington: The nation's farmers could face severe restrictions on the use of pesticides as environmentalists, spurred by a favorable ruling from a judge in Washington state, want the courts to force federal regulators to protect endangered species from the ill effects of agricultural chemicals.
Wisconsin school cuts crime by changing the menu
Treehugger - 7/25/2010.
By Sara Novak – In a move that may seem slightly controversial, one school principal in Appleton, Wis., changed the school menu to cut crime at the school. According to a recent story on WELL Said, LuAnn Coenen, the principal at a high school, reduced fighting, weapons-carrying, and general lack of focus and discipline in the school by changing the menu. Vending machines were the first to go, replaced by water coolers, and processed burgers and fries became fruits and vegetables.
Welcome to Beastport
Portland Press Herald - 7/24/2010.
By Beth Quimby – Eastport could soon become known as the cow port of New England. Shipping officials, with support from Maine's congressional delegation, are pushing for a permanent permit from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to make Eastport the only port north of Delaware that's authorized to handle overseas shipments of livestock.
Maine’s ‘superfruit’-blueberries’making strides in frozen food market
Bangor Daily News - 7/24/2010.
By Sharon Kiley Mack – Jonesport: A new marketing campaign launched a year ago is reaping rewards, Sue Till of the Swardlick Marketing Group told more than 100 wild blueberry producers gathered this week at Blueberry Hill in Jonesboro, the University of Maine’s blueberry experimental farm. Rather than attempt to capture the fresh market, Maine’s wild blueberry producers are promoting frozen berries.
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