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Aktan Askin of Lor Farm in Thorndike

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Meet Aktan Askin and Erin McWalters of Lor Farm in Thorndike. Lor Farm, a sheep and goat dairy farm and cheese house, produces halloumi, ricotta, feta and sheep's milk yogurt based on recipes of Anatolian and Mediterranean origin. Aktan and Erin sell from the farm, at the Downtown Bangor Farmers' Market and at the Saturday Orono Farmers' Market. Aktan has been MOFGA's landscape coordinator and was a MOFGA journeyperson and volunteer. He will now be working for Fedco.

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Maine farmers get second chance in court against giant Monsanto
Bangor Daily News - 11/23/2012.
By Whit Richardson – Washington, Maine: A lawsuit brought by a Maine-based agriculture group against global giant Monsanto will receive its day in a federal appeals court after being dismissed by another judge earlier this year.
Thankful for family, thankful for potatoes
WCSH6.com - 11/21/2012.
By Jackie Ward – New Limerick: It's a brisk November day in New Limerick, but there are potatoes that need to be picked. Wind gusts are making the day a chilly one – conditions these harvesters are used to. "It's unique, it's different," Brian Doescher said. "It requires long hours this time of year. Don't expect to get a day off even if it rains, because then we have to put orders out."
Organic Farmers Slam GMO-Friendly USDA Report
Common Dreams - 11/21/2012.
Organic farmers and allies have slammed a USDA committee report for kowtowing to the interests of genetically modified crop growers and the biotechnology industry.
Maple Syrup, Moose, and the Impacts of Climate Change in the North
Science Daily - 11/20/2012.
In the northern hardwood forest, climate change is poised to reduce the viability of the maple syrup industry, spread wildlife diseases and tree pests, and change timber resources. And, according to a new BioScience paper just released by twenty-one scientists, without long-term studies at the local scale – we will be ill-prepared to predict and manage these effects.
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