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Spotlight on Winslow Farm in Falmouth

August 29, 2019

Blueberry season is on the downhill slide now, but there is still time to visit Winslow Farm in Falmouth. Farm Manager Max Boudreau, along with family, staff and volunteers, run this beautiful farm that provides pick your own MOFGA certified organic high-bush blueberries and all of the organic vegetables you could want. "The farm is a constantly evolving system that incorporates community-centered natural farming with homesteading practices and permaculture techniques with the vision of creating a sustainable experience for our family and community" – Winslow Farm. Stop by and visit their Flower Shop/Farm Stand - open everyday except Monday!


Meet the Farmers of Frinklepod Farm in Arundel, Maine

August 1, 2019

Meet Noah Wentworth and Flora Brown (middle; farm owners/managers) and two of their apprentices, Deanna DeMatteo (left) and Sophie Olmsted (right), of Frinklepod Farm in Arundel, Maine. This MOFGA-certified organic farm has created a vibrant community around its farm store, which sells its own produce and other delicious local offerings from the community. The Pod, a net-zero structure at Frinklepod, is another way that the farm connects with its community through educational classes and events. Stop by for a Frinklepop and to meet the amazing crew. Learn more about Frinklepod at


Keena Tracy of Little Ridge Farm

July 25, 2019

Meet Keena Tracy of MOFGA-certified organic Little Ridge Farm in Lisbon Falls. The farm supplies organic produce to nearly 150 families within a 10-mile radius through its CSA. It also sells to Good Shepherd Food Bank, FLUX Restaurant and Bar and to a few local businesses that make specialty products. Tracy says, "Soil and environmental health are extremely important to me. For personal well-being I want to eat food that is raised organically and work with plants that are safe to handle. I am proud to sell a healthful product. Farming in Maine has been a wonderful experience. The technical support from MOFGA and the community’s desire for quality food has made a challenging career very rewarding. I can’t see myself doing anything else.” Learn more at