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Maine Real Estate Professional Training

University of Maine, Hutchinson Center, Belfast, ME, Register now Course is eligible for 3 hours continuing educations credits from Maine Real Estate Commission Training course for realtors and real estate professionals who work with farms with commercial agricultural potential. Learn how commercial farm…

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Staff Spotlight: Adam Bishop

Adam Bishop, Farmland Protection Manager and Southern Maine Program Manager

Adam works in Maine Farmland Trust’s Belfast office primarily, and lives in Camden with his two kids. He loves any sort of outdoor adventure but spends most of his free time lately swimming, biking and running as he gets ready to compete in his first Ironman triathlon this summer. He also mans the grill exceptionally well at Forever Farm parties around the state!
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Young Dairy Farmers: The Milkhouse

In many ways, dairy farms are the cornerstone of Maine’s farming community.  Dairy farmers steward large tracts of farmland for feed and forage, while supporting the feed stores, equipment retailers, and large animal vets that all Maine farms rely upon. Of the 400,000 acres of farmland that will be in transition over the course of the next decade, we anticipate that a large percentage of that land is currently in dairy farming. What will happen to that land, and the infrastructure and communities it supports?

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