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  • Producer/Host: Jamie Wood

    Episode 16 begins a two part series focused on farm apprentices and their teachers. We begin by visiting with two young farmers Sarah Hodges and John Wright. The couple runs Sparkplug Farm out in the middle of Penobscot bay on the island of Vinalhaven.

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  • Producer/Host: Jamie Wood

    Episode 15 features Oyster River Winegrowers, a Horse Powered Farm in Warren, ME. The owner Brian Smith runs a horse and carriage CSA for the local communities throughout the winter months. Enjoy!

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  • Producer/Host: Jamie Wood

    Episode 15 takes place at Keewaydin Farms in Bowdoinham, ME. The farm has been in the Fiore family since the 1800’s. The current farmer Andrew Fiore gives us his view on how “forever” may not be so long after all.

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  • Producer/Host: Jamie Wood

    Episode 13 is a Valentine’s Day special at Old Crow Ranch in Durham, ME. Hear how a young farmer spent 7 hours haying in the morning, got married in the evening, and was haying in again the next day. Its adorable.

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  • Producer/Host: Jamie Wood

    Episode 12 is a very short version of the Beginning Farmer Resource Network’s top 10 tips for succesfully finding farmland. This is part of a bigger talk available at www.mainefarmlandtrust.org

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  • Producer/Host: Jamie Wood

    Episode 11 takes place at Erickson Fields Preserve in Rockport, ME. This preserved farm is the home of the Teen Ag Crew which gives teens the chance to learn about what it takes to be a farmer and to provide food for those most in need. Enjoy!

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  • Producer/Host: Jamie Wood

    Episode 10 is the second half of our series at the Packard-Littlefield Farm in Lisbon, ME. This episode looks at how a rural community has responded to an influx of Somalian refugees over the last 13 years. Enjoy!

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  • Producer/Host: Jamie Wood

    Episode 9 is the first of a two part series at the Packard-Littlefield Farm in Lisbon, Maine. The farm plays host to Cultivating Communities which gives refugees from countries like Somalia the chance to rebuild their lives as farmers in Maine. Enjoy!

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