Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association
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Collaborating with Waldo County Bounty

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June 24, 2020

Many Waldo County organizations (MOFGA included) and individuals have been meeting in recent weeks and months to collaborate on a campaign to improve food security in Waldo County during the COVID-19 pandemic. Pictured here, MOFGA's landscape coordinator, Jack Kertesz, helped raise and tend to about 2,000 seedlings that were distributed to local food pantries. Thanks to Johnny's Selected Seeds, Songbird Farm, New Beat Farm, Buckle Farm, Timberframe Farm, South Paw Farm, and Troy Howard and Mt. View School greenhouses for their donations of seedlings to this cause. Learn more about this campaign at Waldo County Bounty's website.

 

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