Aldermere Farm News
Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s 4-H Club, the Aldermere Achievers, have much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. On Nov. 18, the club members returned from a whirlwind trip with their Belted Galloway cattle to the North American International Livestock Exposition in Kentucky, the largest all-breed, purebred livestock event in the world.
On June 4, a day before two of the class members were to graduate after fives years in the Transitional Life Skills program, the Adaptive Art Class students Camden Hill Regional HIgh School brought “The Farm” … to the farm.
Pam MacBrayne has lived next door to Aldermere Farm for 23 years and remembers well when it was privately owned. While beautiful, it was clearly someone else’s farm with limited access. Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s mission to share the farm…
When my older daughter Ellie was in 7th grade, she discovered Aldermere Farm through the STAR afterschool enrichment program Farm Hands. She loved everything about Aldermere: the cattle, the quiet magic of the property, and especially Heidi Baker, who runs the Farm Hands program and the Aldermere Achievers 4-H club.Read more.