Drought affecting County farmers

Greenhouse study looks at ways to make rotational crops more profitable

Shop Small Farms program continues to grow

Greenhouse owners give tips to new gardeners

Greenhouse owners comment on how sales have been with COVID 19

Officials plant demonstration field to show benefits of cover crops

Rain runoff raises concerns for local conservationists

Pandemic creates soft market for potatoes

County beef and pork farmers see increased demand

Potato planting in full swing throughout the state

Impact of Covid-19 on Maine Farmers Being Felt Statewide

Public Market to open early in Presque Isle

Milk prices a cause for concern for dairy farmers

Maine Potato Board seeks assistance from USDA

Potato industry could see millions in lost revenue

Options abound for planting or buying veggies

Victory gardens making a comeback

Farmer says with Covid 19 a major concern, reduce risks by buying locally-grown produce

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Posted: 07/07/2020 - The Maine Principals Association is allowing teams to begin working out with non sport specific conditioning.

Posted: 07/07/2020 - Jon Humphrey shares the first round lead at the Maine Amateur.

Posted: 07/03/2020 - In today's get up and go segment we featured a very popular activity around these parts...ATVing. Take a look

Posted: 07/02/2020 - Daveson dives into the alternative to baseball being played by youth in Presque Isle.

Posted: 07/01/2020 - Dutch Soccer Academy has been holding summer camps for over 20 years now...for those involved in making it happen it is a treat to come back year after year.