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2020 Annual Meeting
December 3 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Throughout the country and right here in Maine, agricultural communities are weathering the combined storms of climate change, a pandemic, and inequity. We know that the future will only bring more challenges for the many hands and lands that feed us. At MFT’s 2020 Annual Meeting, we’ll hear from community members who are working at the intersection of food, farming, and climate change — and are finding hope.
Tony Sutton, PhD, Community Food Facilitator at the ME Shellfish Learning Network and Adjunct Instructor at University of Maine, Orono
Kate Olson, Maine-based writer and PhD candidate in sociology at Boston College
Nick Jackson, farmer at Jackson Regenerational Farm in Atkinson
Laura Demmel, coordinator for the Open Technology Ecosystem for Agriculture Management (OpenTEAM) initiative
Melissa Law, farmer at Bumbleroot Organic Farm in Windham and member of the Maine Climate Council
We know we are stronger together, and that it will take all of us to create lasting solutions for a better future. With your support, we can protect farmland for future generations, empower farmers, and connect farmers to land so they can help feed local communities and steward our natural resources for future generations. Join us for an evening of inspiration and community!
Can sheep save the world? Yes! – Savory, Allan. May 7, 2014
Hope for reversing desertification and climate change – Savory, Allan. Oct 4, 2018
Walter Jehne on methane – Jehne, Walter. August 14, 2020
Integration of crops and livestock – Dr. Andrew Smith, Rodale Institute. April 10,2019
From farm to table, literally – News Center Maine
Can sheep improve your equine pasture? – Clay Nelson. August 17,2020
Brown, Gabe. “Dirt to soil”. 2018 Chelsea green publishing
Savory, Allan. Holistic Management, Third Edition: A Commonsense Revolution to Restore Our Environment- Island Press 2016