We’re always happy to meet with other organizations to talk about Maine’s farmers’ markets, and the various roles they play in their communities. This slideshow offers a quick overview of MFFM’s work and resources.
As we prepare for the 2017 Maine Harvest Bucks season. we’re looking forward to expanding partnerships with Maine SNAP-Ed. With 35 farmers’ markets enrolled in the MHB program, the need for outreach support and education continues to increase. Want to learn more about how SNAP educators around the state partner with farmers’ markets? Check out our December […]
This is a reminder that the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) grant application competition deadline is less than a month away! It is the close of business (4:30 p.m.) on March 31, 2017. A few things to remember: We need only one hard copy original of the application and supporting materials. No emailed applications […]
Orono, Maine – University of Maine Cooperative Extension has launched a new online resource designed to be particularly useful to aspiring or existing food manufacturers wanting to produce specialty food products. The new website, Resources for Food Entrepreneurs, was created by UMaine Extension regional small business educator and Extension professor Louis Bassano; Extension food science […]
The 2016 Maine Farmers’ Market Annual Report contains photos and information about Maine’s markets, along with useful data and other information. Free print copies are available at our office, or click here for the online edition.