|Rooftop garden and Unity fair receive $5,000|
Bangor Daily News - 7/22/2010.By Meg Haskell – Bangor: The rooftop garden at the Hammond Street Senior Center and the Common Ground Country Fair in Unity have won regional recognition from the Changemakers community action organization. The two organizations were among hundreds of entrants from New England and New York.
|Council to review herbicide spraying policy|
Kennebec Journal - 7/21/2010.By Keith Edwards – Augusta: A dispute has taken root about how to get rid of weeds in city parks, athletic fields, cemeteries, walking trails, streets and sidewalks. In September last year, a small group of residents told city officials they worried that the herbicide the city uses to help kill weeds could be harmful to people and pets. They asked the city to look into potential health effects.
|Multi-purpose farm helps teach, preserve land|
Kennebec Journal - 7/19/2010.Vassalboro: Jim and Susan Lowell declined an invitation to lunch at the Blaine House. Instead, they invited Gov. John Baldacci to visit them at their new project: Sunset Meadow Farm on Dunham Road, formerly Old Route 201. So Monday morning, the governor and first lady Karen Baldacci toured the central part of the 260-acre spread, admiring what's already there and talking about what's to come.