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August 2021

Art Exhibit: Parts of an Immense Whole

August 13 @ 5:00 pm - September 25 @ 7:00 pm
Able Baker Contemporary, 29 Forest Ave
Portland, ME 04101 United States

Please join us Friday, August 13 at Able Baker Contemporary in Portland for the opening of Parts of an Immense Whole; 9 Painters in conversation w/ the work of Joseph A. Fiore, curated by Tessa G. O'Brien and featuring Rachel Gloria Adams, Eleanor Conover, Jarid del Dio, David Dewey, Lois Dodd, Alice Jones, Jesse Littlefield, Jay Stern, and Alan Syliboy, with paintings by Joseph A. Fiore, courtesy of Maine Farmland Trust . Maine Farmland Trust's Fiore Art Center at Rolling Acres Farm celebrates agriculture through art, capturing the vibrancy of Maine’s farms and farmers…

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September 2021

Rootdown Party at South Paw Farm

September 21
South Paw Farm, 355 Greely Road
Freedom, ME 04941 United States
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$5

RESCHEDULED DATE: Tuesday, September 21 4 - 7 PM Registration is open - sign up now! Celebrate thriving farms! Come learn how MFT’s Farm Viability program helps farms thrive, and hear what Meg and Ryan Mitchell at South Paw Farm are doing to grow their farm business through business planning, climate mitigation, and farmland protection. Tour the vegetable fields and learn more about the long-term investments these farmers are making to adapt to climate change. Live music by Toki Oshima…

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Adapting to Climate Change at Bumbleroot Organic Farm

September 30 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Bumbleroot Organic Farm, 196 Highland Cliff Rd
Windham, 04062
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Thursday, September 30 4 - 6 pm Registration is open. Join Bumbleroot Organic Farm and Maine Farmland Trust for a field walk and discussion about Bumbleroot’s efforts to adapt to climate change and improve soil health on their farm. Co-owner Melissa Law and MFT’s Farm Viability Director, Sarah Simon, will describe their process they went through together to make a climate adaptation plan for the farm as participants of the Climate Adaptation Fellowship, a USDA Northeast Climate Hub training initiative. On the farm tour,…

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