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Rani and Jack Howe

Know Your Organic Producers!

Meet Rani and Jack Howe of Skyscraper Hill Farm in Brooks. This MOFGA certified organic farm raises Christmas trees, sold from the farm and through the Marsh River Co-op and the Belfast Co-op. Rani also cultivates beautiful herb gardens, which will be on the Belfast Garden Club Tour next summer. You can contact the Howes at jack.howe@gmail.com.

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
‘Cheap food’ can turn out eventually to cost a lot
Maine Sunday Telegram - 12/21/2008.
Re: the line in N.L. English's review of Norm's Bar and Grill (Dec. 7) that said, "What does it matter if a lot of it came out of a can ... when it tastes good and it's cheap?" Actually, there are hidden costs of "cheap" food.
Maine Observer: Unseen guests bring food to Christmas dinner
Maine Sunday Telegram - 12/21/2008.
Recently, a new friend asked me, "How many people will join you for Christmas dinner? After a brief pause, I responded, Just the family. We seldom have guests at these occasions. "But from your comments about Thanksgiving, I thought you would be having a large crowd."
From cubicle nerd to cucumber vendor: learning small scale farming in mid-life
The Oil Drum - 12/20/2008.
Guest post from Jim Dunlap (Wyoming) about his experience as a new farmer in Virginia.
SBA’s pick’s ‘analytical mind’ praised
Portland Press Herald - 12/20/2008.
President-elect Barack Obama on Friday officially named a Maine venture capitalist to lead the U.S. Small Business Administration. Karen G. Mills of Brunswick is a founding partner of the New York-based equity firm Solera Capital. She chairs Maine Gov. John Baldacci's Council on Competitiveness and the Economy. In 2006, she led the successful referendum campaign for a $50 million research and development bond. 
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