Noah Wentworth and Flora Brown, started Frinklepod Farm five years ago. Over the years, though, they have struggled with the myriad challenges of providing local food to customers while making farming a viable livelihood, year-round
In this article, the Bangor Daily News visits my sister’s cranberry bog in Troy. I think you’ll enjoy the story: Bumper crop for Maine cranberry growers
Our friends at the Green Garden Farm sent us this great photo. They farm beautiful certified organic peonies, over 12000 stems and they were our first tomato farmers! The message that came along with the
This is an interesting interview with Jim Gerritsen about his MOFGA certified organic farm and the OSGATA et al. v. Monsanto lawsuit. Click here to download.
I enjoyed watching this short video of Jim Gerritsen of Wood Prairie Farm in Bridgewater, Maine. Jim is having fun with a well-working machine that is shelling Organic Dakota Ivory Corn. This is the corn
Shooting the second turkey in two days in less than 1:08 total hours of shooting time was not the highlight. This was my second year turkey hunting. My brother-in-law, Wes, from New Hampshire was looking
What do you do when you shoot a turkey at 5:45 opening day? I hunted turkey with my brother-in-law, Wes, last year, my first year.. He hunts in New Hampshire, just comes to Maine to
What does it take to put more Maine food on Maine plates? What does it take to build a community of people that care about each other? These are questions I often ask myself as
A day spent fishing and eating great Maine foods with wonderful Maine Farmers… Allen and Jose looking for clams. Found one! Score! Nice mess of clams! Wait? Does Allen like lobster better than tomatoes? Lobster
Last weekend, I saw the future of Maine agriculture…young farmers and their families, sustainably cultivating the soil, growing crops, and raising livestock. This weekend I’m seeing the faces of the consumer at the Maine Harvest
I have seen the future of Maine agriculture…and I am wicked excited! Just spent the last 2 days at MOFGA’s annual Farmer to Farmer conference at Point Look-Out in Northport. MOFGA (Maine Organic Farmers and
We take our tomatoes seriously around here. A Costoluto Genovese Tomato Tomatoes waiting to be processed.