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Abbie Sewall of The Bailey Farm and The Bailey Farm Elderberry Cooperative


Know Your Organic Producers!

Meet Abbie Sewall of The Bailey Farm and The Bailey Farm Elderberry Cooperative (BFEC) in Freeport. This MOFGA certified organic farm raises elderberry, aronia and goji berry for sale to Maine value-added businesses, as well as selling plant stock to the retail market. BFEC offers consulting and support to other elderberry growers and is part of the Maine Elderberry Grower's Network. Follow The Bailey Farm Elderberry Cooperative on Facebook.

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Business gets zesty for Maine spice merchants
Portland Press Herald - 12/21/2011.
By Meredith Goad – Dresden: Mulling spices are hot this time of year. Poultry and apple pie seasonings are popular too. But the biggest seller at Gryffon Ridge Spice Merchants this holiday season is Saigon cinnamon, a variety that is stronger and sweeter because of its higher oil content.
oh, SNAP! Grow gardens with food stamps
Grist - 12/20/2011.
By Claire Thompson – A few years ago, back when she still had a job in the natural-foods industry, "my kids only got the best in terms of food," said Corbyn Hightower, a mother of three who now lives outside Sacramento. Then, she said, "we lost everything, and we really started having to compromise."
Stray showers of mercury getting into food chain
The Guardian [UK] - 12/18/2011.
Earth is being showered with mercury that can land anywhere and enter the food chain, a study has shown. The poisonous metal is released as a vapour by burning fuel then falls back to Earth and is easily absorbed by the aquatic ecosystem. Thousands of tonnes of mercury vapour are pumped into the air each year.
Climate change may modify half earth’s plants
Cosmos - 12/16/2011.
Pasadena – By 2100, global climate change will modify plant communities covering almost half of Earth's land surface. Climate change will also drive the conversion of nearly 40% of land-based ecosystems from one major ecological community type – such as forest, grassland or tundra – toward another, according to a new NASA and university computer modelling study.
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