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Category Archives: In The News
NEW YORK CITY—At an awards dinner last night, Congresswoman Chellie Pingree (D-ME) received a 2017 Leadership Award from the James Beard Foundation for her work on national food system reform. “I’m deeply honored to receive a James Beard Leadership Award … Continue reading
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It is with deep sadness that we share the news that Wholesome Wave’s Co-founder and Founding Board Chair Gus Schumacher passed unexpectedly of heart failure Sunday night. Wholesome Wave, the good food movement, the agricultural sector, and the world at … Continue reading
If you missed the recent MPBN Maine Calling (July 17th, 2017) radio show on Food Sovereignty — You can listen to the full show here.
The Maine Food Strategy summer newsletter is out!
Thanks to Jacob Israelow and Benneth Phelps of Dirt Capital Partners, along with Allison Lakin and Neal Foley of East Forty Farm, for hosting a farm tour and dinner in Waldoboro on July 24th. A cool, rainy day did not … Continue reading
Maine is the newest State to pass a food sovereignty Bill. Read full article here.
On June 4th, a glorious sunny day, the beauty and comfort of Vicki Skydell’s home, tasty food and 12 dedicated Maine gleaners all contributed great spirit and ideas to an energizing gathering led by Hannah Semler of Healthy Acadia. The … Continue reading
This New Food Economy article details needs for funding local food businesses and the shift in mind sets required to make it happen. Sarah Smith of Grassland Farms, Iroquois Valley Farms and the Maine Harvest Credit Project are all featured … Continue reading