Harvest Celebration Thursday, October 1, 6 PM

You are invited to a Harvest celebration to honor the hard work our volunteers and supporters who have helped to make this year successful and fun! A special screening of "Growing Local", a series of vignettes documenting the trials and tribulations of farmers working to sustain their families and homes and the inter-connectivity of Maine's small farms, consumers, and the local food movement, will be followed with a casual discussion lead by Maine Farmland Trust.
A little music, some great food, and a little drink (bring your own) for an evening of fun and enlightenment! 
Please email info@morrisfarm.com or call 882-4080 to rsvp.
Thank you.

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



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Morris Farm Store

This Week  –  August  24 - 29 at
The Morris Farm Store…

NOW OPEN - Monday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. as well as Tuesday through Friday 12 noon to 6 p.m.

Specials this week


Shallots, Garlic & Onions - right out of the garden


Everyday Items


Free Range & Organically Raised Eggs Raw Milk


Cabbage  Kale *  Lettuce  Slicing Cukes  Onions  - Yellow & Red *  Giant Shallots * Basil *  Beets * Carrots ♦  Garlic Scapes Summer                         


Fresh:   Cremini,

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 * Rabbit * Rib-Eye * Sirloin

Dressings & Condiments

Blue Berry Relish Cranberry Sauce Rhubarb Jam Pickled Fiddleheads & Garlic Dilly Beans Tomatillo Salsa Cow’s Milk Cheese  - Extra Fine - a great spread for crackers Maple Syrup Honey

Body Care

Soaps 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 * Beeswax Candles

FRIDAY FISH DROP from Port Clyde Fresh Catch -  Place your order by 6 p.m. Wednesday, August  26.   Pick it  up at the Morris Farm on Friday, August 28 between 2 & 6 p.m.

Shop their weekly Fresh Catch at: http://www.portclydefreshcatch.com/.

Consider signing up for their CSF and receive weekly catch updates.  There’s nothing like fresh Maine seafood!                               


No Mess  Summer Squash on the Barbecue                             


2 yellow squash, cut into ½-inch slices

2 Zucchini, cut into ½-inches slices

2 tomatoes, cut into wedges, optional

1 small onion, sliced and separated into rings

                                   2 cloves garlic, minced

2 T olive oil

Salt& Pepper, to taste

2T chopped fresh parsley

1.     Preheat an outdoor grill to medium heat.  Cut two sheets of heavy duty aluminum foil into 18-inch long sheets.

2.   Place the yellow squash, zucchini, tomato, onion, garlic on one sheet of foil.  Drizzle with olive oil and season with salt and pepper.  Place second sheet of foil on top of the vegetables and fold edges together to tightly seal.

3.   Place packet on top rack of preheated grill.  Cook for 15 minutes.  Turn over and continue to cook until vegetables are tender, about 15 to 20 minutes.

4.  Carefully cut an “X” into top of packed and pour vegetables and juice into a serving bowl.  Garnish with parsley.

For a spicier dish:  Add 2 T of red wine vinegar, 1 T oregano, 1 T of your favorite hot sauce to the packet before sealing and grilling.

                     Enjoy the fruits of Summer!!!




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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