ROCKPORT – Saturday, May 8th Aldermere Farm, a preserve of Maine Coast Heritage Trust, will open its barnyard to introduce the newest members of Aldermere’s Belted Galloway herd. At the top of every hour from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. farm staff and volunteers will lead behind-the-scenes tours of the barnyard at 20 Russell Ave…
Central Maine FarmDrop has worked to create something new for Maine’s local food network.
The new off-leash hours will be in effect for a 6-month trial from April through September, 2021.
Interns will gain hands-on experience in sustainable agricultural practices and learn about their local food system from food production, processing and distribution to consumption and waste management.
Turn gardening dreams into a delicious reality!
Cabin fever setting in? Looking for a sweet pick-me-up? Come learn how to make syrup from sap.
MCHT invites youth ages 10 to 18 to work hands-on with Belted Galloway calves at Aldermere Farm.
Knox County Food Council invites the public to learn about youth agriculture addressing food insecurity in the Midcoast.
The survey will inform revisions to the existing preserve guidelines to better meet the needs of the community.
Hunger in Maine is increasing, not least in Knox County.
Now that the fairies have made the most of spring and summer, shepherding the growing things through the warm months, what do they do when autumn comes, and the growing things begin to settle in to rest? How do the fairies prepare for winter? This fall, visitors of Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s Erickson Fields Preserve…
It takes many hands to get one butternut squash from Erickson Fields into the hands of a client at a food pantry.
The policy regarding dogs and leashes is changing to ensure the health and safety of everyone who visits the Preserve.
MCHT and The Landing Place partner to deliver seasonal fun to families in the Midcoast.
Aldermere Farm and Erickson Fields have expanded their community outreach through hunger-relief initiatives during the pandemic, and work on several initiatives continues.
A new collaboration involving Erickson Fields and being led by One Community Many Voices’ Midcoast Mentors is spreading the seed for backyard gardening.
Applications are being accepted now for a summer internship teaching teens how manage a market garden growing produce for food pantries.
Article By Gabriel Blodgett published by VillageSoup on September 3, 2019
A group of volunteers from NEAEC contributed 32 hours of trail work at Aldermere Farm on May 23rd.
Article By Gabriel Blodgett published by VillageSoup on May 07, 2019