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Please click here for registration application Farm Camp Registration
  
 Farm Camp Scholarship Applications still available! 
 Don't miss this amazing opportunity for your child to 
 experience! Call the Morris Farm office at  207-882-4080 or email info@morrisfarm.org  to request an app!


Announcements

  • Straw Bale Gardens has been Cancelled! If a conventional home garden plot doesn't fit your space or lifestyle but you still want the joy of grazing from the garden, this is for you. In this ...
    Posted Jun 24, 2015, 6:06 AM by Morris Farm
  • Open Farm July 26 156 Gardiner Road, Rt 27N, WiscassetLivestock; demonstration, school and community gardensCome visit the Morris Farm and meet  cows, calves,  and chickens. Stroll through the Master Gardeners' vegetable garden ...
    Posted Jun 16, 2015, 12:17 PM by Morris Farm
  • Tour de Farms XVI Sunday, August 16thJoin 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 ...
    Posted Jun 16, 2015, 12:22 PM by Morris Farm
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    Posted Jun 29, 2015, 6:40 AM by Morris Farm
  • Come Grow with us at The Morris Farm! The Margaret Ellis Community Garden located at the Morris Farm Trust in Wiscasset is now accepting applications for plots for the 2015 growing season.    2015 marks the fifth season of ...
    Posted Mar 25, 2015, 10:32 AM by Morris Farm
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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.


Loca
l Fo
od, 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...

 

Honey’s Here!!!!

 

From Maya’s Apiary – Sidney

Sweet, Pure & Unfiltered

8 oz. & 1 pound jars

 

 Come on in for Handcrafted Wood-fired  Artisan Bread, Delivered Saturdays

Carrot Dill,  Potato Chive,  Rosemary, Sourdough & Farmhouse Classic

Whole and Half Loaves

 

  Our next Friday Fish Drop from Port Clyde Fresh Catch is scheduled for June 26th

 

You can shop their weekly catch on their website: http://www.portclydefreshcatch.com/. You can also sign up for their CSF to receive weekly updates of what fresh fish is available. Place your order by Wednesday night June 24 at 6 PM, and pick up your order between 2 & 6 PM at the store on Friday June 26. The fish drop will occur weekly, so stock up on your favorite fresh and frozen Maine seafood today!  Delicious!!!

     

Also available in ...Morris Farm Store 
Tuesday through Friday

12 noon to 6 p.m.

Saturday 10 - a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

Free Range Eggs  - Willow Hill Farm - Wiscasset 

Organically Raised Eggs – Wandering Root Farm- Wiscasset

Raw Milk  - Straw Farm - Newcastle

Cows Milk Cheese – Extra Fine – Imagine Dairy – Whitefield

Creamy Dressing – Imagine Dairy – Whitefield

Fresh Baked Bread – Good Shepherds Farm – Bremen (delivered on Saturdays)

Dill, Cilantro, Red Russian Kale, Snap Peas – Wandering Root Farm - Wiscasset 

Spinach, Kale, Arugula, Scallions, Parsley, Lettuce, Mustard Greens – Albee Farm Produce – Alna

Assorted Dried Mushrooms – Oyster Creek ny – Damariscotta Mushroom Company - Damariscotta

Seedlings, Perennial Plants, Heirloom Dahlias - The Morris Farm 

Frozen Free Range Pork – The Morris Farm – Wiscasset

Frozen Organic Beef & Pork – Dandelion Spring Farm - Newcastle

Pickled Fiddleheads - Old Narrow Gauge Farm – Aln& Spruce Bush Farm - Jefferson

Dilly Beans – Spruce Bush Farm - Jefferson

Fruit Preserves  Kountry Kettle Jellies and Jams - Smyrna    

Tomatillo Salsa -  Buckwheat Blossom Farm - Wiscasset 

Maine Maple Syrup – BlackOwl Maple Products & Spruce Bush Farm – Jefferson

Beyond Coffee – Spruce Bush Farm - Jefferson

Sea Salt – Maine Sea Salt Co. - Marshfield

                        Lemon Salt -  Maine Sea Salt Co. - Marshfield  

                        Bug Spray -  Woodfield Farm – Alna

                        Goat Milk Soap -  Butting Heads Farm – Gardiner, Common Scents  Soap - Warren

                        Aloe & Olive Oil Soap – Swayed Skin - Alna 

                        Wool Socks – Buckwheat Blossom Farm – Wiscasset

                        All Natural Wool Comforters – Buckwheat Blossom Farm - Wiscasset

                        Morris Farm Logo T-Shirts and Hats – The Morris Farm - Wiscasset

                        Greeting Cards – Janet Favor & Helen Stevens – Gardiner

                        Crafts – Wind Chimes, Sun Catchers, Quilted Bags, Laubstah Art,  Earrings–Maine Made Locally

 

 

                               

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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