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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.




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.



                   

                  The Morris Farm

   Community Plant Sale


                  
           

Saturday, May 30, 2015 


                8:30 am - 12:30 pm.

                   Click here for more info!


    The Morris Farm Store 
Opening May 30, 2015
  Eggs, raw milk, and produce will be available for you to purchase.
On Friday afternoons, you may pick up your selection of fresh fish through the Community Supported Fisheries, Port Clyde Fresh Catch. Orders must be placed by the previous Wednesday no later than 6:ooPM. Shop Fish!
We will also have various craft products for sale. 
If you would like to sell your product through the Farm Store, please call 882-4080 or email store@morrisfarm.org


Announcements

  • Free eWaste Collection Event Sat. June 6, 2015 8:00-12:00PM at Lincoln County Recycling Wiscasset,54 Huntoon Hill RoadThis collection event is organized by Lincoln County Recycling in conjunction with eWaste Recycling SolutionseWaste Recyclable items under Maine program ...
    Posted May 29, 2015, 7:31 AM by Morris Farm
  • Composting Workshop June 5, 2015 8:30-10:45am Lincoln County Recycling in conjunction with Morris Farm and Maine Department of Environmental Protection will offer another in its series of Composting Workshops.  Previous workshops and presentations have been made ...
    Posted May 23, 2015, 7:07 AM by Morris Farm
  • Morris Farm Spring Plant Sale, Saturday, May 30th (8:30 AM - 12:30 PM) Come celebrate the end of a soul-squashingly brutal winter and the arrival of a sorely-needed spring!  Think of the possibilities... succulent veggies, fragrant culinary herbs, kaleidoscopically beautiful flowers ...
    Posted May 29, 2015, 7:30 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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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