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News from the Maine Coast

Any interesting news from the coast of Maine this week you ask. There are a few things that have caught my eye this week. I’m especially excited and happy for the 2 Warren farms – Hatchet Cove Farm is where I have my CSA share!

Rockland wrestles with portable toilet problem (from Bangor Daily News):  As the community grows in popularity, more and more people are flocking to its attractions — especially the granite Rockland Breakwater, which stretches almost a mile into the harbor and is home to a 

Foragers collect big haul as heavy rains help produce bounty of wild mushrooms in Northeast (from Washington Post): The tropical storms that drenched the Northeast this year left an unexpected bounty: Thousands of mushrooms have sprung up on some lawns, and foragers have filled bags with wild ones plucked from the earth, stumps and logs...

Growlers roaring as a new way to buy beer (USA Today): Ed McAleer likes to drink his brown ale and IPA straight from a beer tap. But he doesn’t need to be in a pub to do so. Pat Wellenbach, AP Around the country, hundreds of brewpubs, breweries and even grocery stores are cashing in on …

Maine Lobster Chef of the Year from Kennebunk (WABI-TV): Maine Lobster Chef of the Year, Thomas Reagan, not only has a passion for the culinary arts, but also a successful track record in real estate. He received an associates degree in Culinary Arts in 1995 and has won several cooking contests and accolades …

Two Warren farms to be preserved forever (Village Soup):  Two Warren farms were recently recognized as “Forever Farms” by Maine Farmland Trust.Hatchet Cove Farm and Oyster River Farm are two of many farms across the state being recognized as…

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