Tour de Farms 2015 August 16

Join us for the 16th annual Tour de Farms bike race!  Pedal through beautiful farmlands along the Kennebec, Sheepscot, and Damariscotta River watersheds, stopping to visit local organic farms.  Purchase local produce and your goods will be couriered back to the Morris Farm for your pickup.  Ride solo or with friends and family and conclude your route with a farm feast - featuring scrumptious fare from local farms - back at The Morris Farm.      
Please click on the link below for information and registration.

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Farm Camp Registration

There is still an opportunity to enroll your child for Farm Camp! Help them to enjoy an experience with understanding where their food comes from, how it gets there and animal interaction!

Please click here for registration application: 
               Farm Camp Registration

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The Morris Far
m Trust
   is both a working farm and an educational resource for the communities of mid coast Maine. 
As non-profit, educational, membership organization, T
he Morris Farm Trust promotes the values of sustainable agriculture and stewardship of the earth through education, demonstration and community involvement by providing:
  • A local farm and landscape that provides food, education, recreation, and pride in Midcoast Maine for many generations
  • Agricultural education for people of all ages, particularly local public school students
  • Responsible farming on the land in Wiscasset with the help and support of our whole community
  • The consumption of locally-grown food
  • Sustainable agriculture techniques
  • The value of manual labor as an essential pillar of American culture and education
  • Aesthetically and environmentally-sensitive land-use planning
  • The preservation of a distinct regional identity and local traditions that will strengthen our community from within and attract residents, businesses, and visitors to our area
  • The essential connections between people, land, and meaningful labor

The Morris Farm Trust recognizes that local, ecologically-sound farming is an essential yet threatened part of our heritage. As the traditional working landscapes of Maine continue to disappear, there is an intensifying need to support agriculture that is sustained from the work and wisdom of people within our community.

l Fo
od, Local Hunger
A Community Forum on Food Security in Lincoln County
Co-Convened by the Morris Farm and Chewonki



   This Week – July 28 - August 1 at

The Morris Farm Store…

Open Tuesday through Friday 12 noon to 6 p.m. & Saturday 10 - a.m. to 4 p.m.

Specials this week

Blueberries  & Raspberries – Supply Limited


Frozen Veggie Dumplings, Won-Tons, Egg rolls & Uncle Fan’s Dipping Sauce

Handcrafted Wood-fired Artisan Bread, Delivered Saturdays: Carrot Dill, Potato Chive, Rosemary, Sourdough & Farmhouse Classic    Whole and Half Loaves

Everyday Items


Free Range & Organically Raised Eggs  Raw Milk  Cows Milk Cheese   Extra Fine & Creamy Dressing


Carrots   Kale * Kohlabi* Lettuce ♦   Peas   Spinach *   Swiss Chard * Scallions ♦ Garlic Scrapes Summer Squash


Dried:  Chanterelle,  Maine Wild Mix, Porcini, Shiitake


Pork – Sweet & Hot Sausage Chops  Spare & Country Style Ribs  Shoulder Roast  Sausage Pepperoni  Smoked Hocks Canadian Bacon  Ground Beef

Dressings & Condiments

Blue Berry Relish  Cranberry Sauce  Rhubarb Jam  Pickled Fiddleheads & Garlic  Dilly Beans Tomatillo Salsa  Creamy Salad Dressing  Maple Syrup  Honey

Body Care

Soap  Bug Spray


Beyond Coffee  Water

Crafts & Other

Morris Farm Logo T-shirts & hats  Wool Sox & Comforters  Books  Cards  Wind Chimes  Sun Catchers Quilted Bags  Earrings * Bee’s Wax Candles


FRIDAY FISH DROP from Port Clyde Fresh Catch -  Place your order by 6 p.m. Wednesday.  Pick up at the Morris Farm on Friday between 2 & 6 p.m.

Shop their weekly catch on Fresh Catch website: http://www.portclydefreshcatch.com/.

Consider signing up for their CSF to receive weekly catch updates.  With fresh fish in the fridge and frozen in the freeze you’ll always have delicious Maine seafood available for dinner.                                


Vegetable of the Week:  Garlic Scapes


White Bean & Garlic Scape Dip


 cup sliced garlic scapes (3-4)

1 T freshly squeezed lemon juice, more to taste

1/4 t salt

Freshly ground pepper to taste

1 can (15 oz.) cannellini  (or great northern) beans, rinsed & drained

¼ cup extra virgin olive oil

2-3 T water


1.    In food processor, process garlic scapes with lemon juice, salt and pepper until finely chopped.

2.    Add beans and process to a rough puree.

3.    With motor running, slowly drizzle oil through feed tube and process until fairly smooth.

4.    Pulse in 2 -3 T of water, until the mixture is the consistence of a dip.

5.  Finish with more salt, pepper and/or lemon juice, if desired.

(If you do not have a food processor, you can use a blender or mortar  and pestle.)



Your donation makes possible the good work we do here at the Morris Farm.  It supports vibrant programming for youth, families and adults, builds raised beds for our educational garden, buys first aid supplies, helps to pay the vet bill for an ailing heifer, fixes a leaky roof, repairs trails, and teaches a child the pleasure and importance of growing their own food.
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