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Onion Foundation Links

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Hi Friends at the Onion Foundation! Thanks for considering our application and being so generous to ME’s environmental & arts organizations 🙂 – Jimmy Here are the links below! Program impact data Bumper Crop Impact Report – 2020 (from our pilot year!) Maine Harvest Bucks – Shopper Survey Results (2021 Survey of 55 shoppers) MHB […]

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Arcadia Sponsors Farmers’ Markets and Food Access in Maine

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Throughout the month of August, market shoppers can learn about community solar options with Arcadia The Maine Federation of Farmers’ Markets is excited to announce today that Arcadia, the climate crisis–fighting tech company giving everyone access to the tools to build a 100% clean energy future, has made a major sponsorship pledge to the Maine […]

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Single-Use Plastic Carry-out Bag Ban and Farmers Markets

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UPDATE – Starting July 1, 2021 the bag ban is officially in effect. For full details of the bag ban – follow this link to the Department of Environmental Protection’s Bag Ban Guidance A “frequently asked questions (pdf)” document, offers more details outlining what is considered a reusable bag and a recycled paper bag, who […]

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Maine Farmers’ markets see major growth serving food insecure households during pandemic

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Inspired by the impact of Maine Harvest Bucks? Please make a donation to strengthen our program for the year ahead. Every dollar helps a family access healthy, local food, and goes to local farmers throughout the state. Click here to donate! In 2020, farmers’ markets saw an unprecedented increase in people using their SNAP/EBT cards […]

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February & March 2021 Farmers’ Market Workshops

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MFFM proudly presents our February 2021 Farmers’ Market Workshop series. Tune in to learn from experienced market organizers and vendors as we cover a range of topics. Our workshops are always a great opportunity for networking and inspiration! Click here to register for any of the workshops below. 2/1 @ 1pm – Book-keeper/Treasurers Roundtable  Watch […]

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