The Morris Farm Trust is both a working farm and an educational resource for the communities of mid coast Maine. As non-profit, educational, membership organization, The Morris Farm Trust promotes the values of sustainable agriculture and stewardship of the earth through education, demonstration and community involvement by providing:
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.
Thanks to all who came out to meet their
local farmers and fisherfolk for our
Farm and Fish Fair
on Sunday, April 20th!
The Morris Farm’s Annual
Meeting is coming up on Thursday, April 30th! Join us at 6:00 PM for a potluck and very brief
business meeting, followed by a brief presentation and informal discussion led
by Ben Marcus and Taryn Hammer of the Sheepscot General Store on how
communities can support sustainable local agriculture.
And this is a good time to remind our supporters to renew their memberships by going to the website and joining up again. It is YOUR membership that makes us a sustainable organization to work on our mission. As our “family” grows, so can our ability to support sustainable agriculture.
Thank you! Click here and join us to...
Local Food, Local Hunger
A Community Forum on Food Security in Lincoln County
Co-Convened by the Morris Farm and Chewonki
CLICK HERE FOR SUMMARY AND PARTICIPANT PLEDGES
The Morris Farm Store
will be opening its doors this spring...
check back soon for our new days and hours!
Make a Donation Today!
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.