"We're eating fresh haddock from Alewives Brook Farm, Palmer Hill farm butter, oats from Wood Prairie, lamb from South Paw Farm, Beef from Caldwell Farm, Honey from Tom & Andrea, Shallots from Freedom Farm, and Green Sparks own dried herbs,…"
we have all frozen veggies canned sulsa dried herbs onions garlic canned peaches blueberrys zukes pickles all veggies were frozen even made colslaw that is in the freezer zuke relish dried herbs basil tyme orgeno the list is long just…"
"I just bought potatoes, first veggie since last July purchased! I am so proud.
We still have carrots, squash, rutabagas and onions, canned; tomatoes, beans,salsa,pickles and jam and frozen; corn,broccoli,cauliflower,green beans,peas, peppers,…"
"In addition to the dried herbs and vegetables in the freezer and canning jars, I have something new this year...rhubarb concentrate. We love it, just mix with water and it tastes like lemonade without all the sugar."
"we're still eating strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, cabbage, squash and I think we have ! whole frozen chicken from last season. we're waiting for our fedco seed order to arrive so we can start planting tomatoes,…"
This group is to facilitate connections among people and groups working directly in the Greater Portland Food System (farmers, fishermen, activists, food service, agencies, NGO's, businesses/coops, gardeners, processors, distributors/aggregators, retailers, etc.) This online group is meant to compliment the other connecting work already happening in Greater Portland.See More
Come join the Greater Portland Sustainability Council for a free mini-conference at USM on June 4 from 3 pm - 7 pm. More info by clicking here. You can come for specific topics or the whole event. Do you have a topic to present or discuss? - let us know as there will be time for "open space" discussions. Sessions will be presented on the following (go to the website for the detailed…See More
You do not have to totally re=invent the wheel. Alice Waters has been running a program that spreads from California called Edible Schoolyard. Check this out. I've also been involved teaching children how to cook garden food,…"
"There is great potential that if these bills pass those processors that comply with current regulations may be very compromised. The exemptions from state and federal laws will likely decimate Maine's current inspection system, bring the…"
As per Monique's request for dialog on the forum, I am posting links to 3 bills. I'll admit to being unclear as to what some of the reporting language means. OTP means Ought to Pass, ONTP means ought not to pass, AM is amendments, and I am going to venture a guess that Divided Report means it was split down the middle.LD 475…See More
"Sustainable means long term, with profit one of several successful outcomes of the project or business to me.
Food movement seems to be the "buzz" word of current seasons but as the people pushing the buzz words move on to the next hot…"
Department: Cooperative Extension (Cumberland County Hourly Wage: $12.20Position is available to employees of the Associated C.O.L.T. Staff of the University of Maine from 04-26-13 through 05-02-13 and open to external applicants thereafter. Description: Full-time, regular position, 40 hours per week, 5 days per week. Daily work hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Employee provides a wide variety of both routine and non-routine clerical and administrative support…See More
The 20th annual Cumberland County Master Gardener’s plant sale is slated for Saturday, May 18 from 8:00 a.m. to Noon at the Barron Center, 1145 Brighton Avenue, Portland. The sale features herbs, vegetable seedlings, an extensive variety of perennials (including the Perennial of the Year), house plants and a large assortment of annuals. Gardeners can pick up some shellfish compost by the bag or container. Also featured are a bake sale, raffles of many garden related products and services as…See More
Join us at the Freight Shed, home to Bath's Winter Farmers Market, this summer on the full moon for dinner! Catered by local chefs featuring local produce, cheese, fish, meats, wine and beer. There will be live music. Your minimum donation of $25 pp per dinner will go toward the restoration of the Freight Shed.June 23rd,…See More