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PO Box 170, Unity, Maine 04988
Phone: 207-568-4142
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Organic Farming:
Principles and Practice


Tuesday, May 24 and
Wednesday, May 25
MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center, Unity

Free for MOFGA apprentices (registration required); MOFGA members $75; all other registrants $100 per day or $150 for both days

This is a two-day immersion course (free for MOFGA apprentices) open to any participants interested in learning the fundamental principles and practices of organic farming.

Join specialists from MOFGA's Agricultural Services Department and a panel of organic farmers for a two-day introductory course in organic farming. Register for either or both days. Lunch will be provided.

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Flower show nourishes the winter-weary
Maine Sunday Telegram - 3/22/2009.
By Tom Atwell – An event like the Portland Flower Show, which closed a five-day run last Sunday, serves a lot of purposes. I enjoyed an early screening last Sunday of filmmaker Brett Plymale's "Hudson: A Chemical Reaction."
Is a Food Revolution Now in Season?
The New York Times - 3/21/2009.
By Andrew Martin – As tens of thousands of people recently strolled among booths of the nation’s largest organic and natural foods show here, munching on fair-trade chocolate and sipping organic wine, a few dozen pioneers of the industry sneaked off to an out-of-the-way conference room.
Farmers wary of requiring animal IDs
Kennebec Journal - 3/21/2009.
By Craig Crosby – Maine farmers are keeping an eye on Washington these days as Congress is reviving efforts for a mandatory national animal identification system.
Fragrant sweet peas are garden’s gift
Bangor Daily News - 3/21/2009.
By Reeser Manley – In the beginning, nearly a decade ago, sweet peas came as summer gifts from Marjorie’s garden, small vases of nodding, slender-stemmed flowers, bouquets of red, pink, purple and white. I would set them in a sunny window of the room where I worked and enjoy the smell of orange blossoms and honey for days.
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