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

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2017 MOFGA Chainsaw Safety Workshops

MOFGA's Chainsaw I Workshop
Friday, November 17 and Saturday, November 18
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lunch provided!
$200; $150 for MOFGA members
MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center

MOFGA's Chainsaw Safety Training Workshop

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Restauranteurs, chefs, farmers make connections at meet and greet event
Bangor Daily News - 4/20/2011.
By Dawn Gagnon – Bangor: Ever wonder where the salad greens, baked potatoes, mussels or rib-eye steak on your plate came from? In Maine and across the nation, a growing number of consumers are seeking locally grown and raised food, which keeps money in the local economy, helps farmers by expanding their markets, and benefits restaurants and their customers by providing access to food that oftentimes tastes better and is safer.
Farming in the time of climate catastrophe
The Atlantic - 4/18/2011.
By Gary Paul Nabhan – It is spring, and I am kneeling with a few friends in front of the composted soil of the hillside terraces in my orchard-garden in the desert borderlands of Arizona. It is planting day, and as we place each variety of pepper plant into the moistened earth, we say its name aloud, as if reciting a prayer in the face of uncertainty: Chiltepin, Chile del Arbol, Tabasco, Jimmy Nardello, Datil, Beaver Dam, Yellow Hot Banana, Chimayó, Sweet Chocolate, and Sheepsnose.
Knowledge that grows on fields: bottom-up approaches for agricultural research
HumJournal - 4/18/2011.
By Urs Riggenbach – Knowledge stands at the beginning of everything purposefully created. It takes knowledge to build farms and machines, to build firearms, or to steward the land. Having knowledge often means having power. Inequalities in access to knowledge often lead to power-inequalities.
Princeton farmers establish market, try to save historic Grange
Bangor Daily News - 4/18/2011.
By Sharon Kiley Mack – Princeton: A group of farmers, businesspeople and advocates have been working all winter to establish a local farmers market while saving a historic Grange Hall. It was fitting, then, that they gathered Sunday at the Grange Hall, which was built in 1887, to refine their plans.
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