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Garland Talks to WABI About MOFGA Seeking to Increase Presence

Kate Garland, horticulturist with the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, spoke with WABI (Channel 5) for a report on the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association wanting a presence in Penobscot County. To test community interest, the group is hosting a Stone Soup Social Jan. 11 where members are invited to bring chopped vegetables to add to a pot of soup. Garland said the event’s purpose is to gather enough interested people to determine if setting up a Penobscot County chapter would be a viable option and to find out what educational and social activities people are interested in.

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