In his book The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture, Wendell Berry so beautifully said
"“THE SOIL IS THE GREAT CONNECTOR OF LIVES, THE SOURCE AND DESTINATION OF ALL. IT IS THE HEALER AND RESTORER AND RESURRECTOR, BY WHICH DISEASE PASSES INTO HEALTH, AGE INTO YOUTH, DEATH INTO LIFE. WITHOUT PROPER CARE FOR IT WE CAN HAVE NO COMMUNITY, BECAUSE WITHOUT PROPER CARE FOR IT WE CAN HAVE NO LIFE.”
At Grace Pond Farm, we are so grateful to work with and among so many folks that we admire in our combined efforts to bring health to the land we love and the people we care for.
Our Friends & Partners include:
The Milkhouse Creamery with whom we will one day pen a best seller about the art of cooperative farming. Until then we are happy to care for one another's livestock, children, and farm (ad)ventures. Our dairy herd lives and works at the Milkhouse and happily supplies the good stuff that goes into their delicious offerings of yogurt, eggnog, cream cheese and so much more! The tank is balanced by Horizon Organics and we like to think that the milk Gregg (and the ladies!) puts in that tank can find its way to you even when you're far away! Visit the farm store at 445 South Monmouth Road, Monmouth and say 'hi' to the new arrivals while you're there!
Tide Mill Creamery, makers of delicious yogurt & award winning cheese, and rich in offers of advice and support in Washington County
Tide Mill Organic Farm, livestock processing partners and valuable resource in Edmunds, Maine
Farmer's Gate Market & The Farm Stand, retailers of Grace Pond Farm chicken and turkey
Riot Stickers, the graphic design guru and label maker of choice for Grace Pond Farm
Old Crow Ranch, farming friends and magnificent Maine meat growers! Providers of great advice to us here at GPF. They offer up: specialty meats, farm consulting, nose to tail workshops and much more in Durham, Maine.
Crescent Run Farm in Gardiner, Maine. The birthplace of our healthy, happy piglets, and home to great folks that are super supportive of Maine's farming community! Check out their lambs, and sheepskins, and adorable instagram feed.
Apple Creek Farm in Bowdoinham, Maine. Fine farmers growing diverse, organic, pastured livestock including geese, ducks, and lamb! Also readily helpful with advice and time, making us feel lucky to be farming in Maine!
Uncle Dean's Natural Market in Waterville, Maine has been a great supporter of Grace Pond Farm, and many other locally produced wonderful foods! They sell our turkey every season and frozen Grace Pond Farm chicken throughout the year. They also offer wonderful gifts and a great line of supplements.
And many more! Thank you to everyone that has joined in supporting real food in Maine!
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