Tree of Life Food Pantry - Blue Hill
Tree of Life is a nonprofit, volunteer organization dedicated to providing emergency and supplemental food for the community, providing and selling good used clothing, and fostering self-help and education on the Blue Hill Peninsula. The Pantry is open every Thursday from 9 am to 3 pm.
Island Food Pantry
Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 pm. Closed on fifth Thursdays. 6 Memorial Lane, Stonington
Meet Your Farmer
Meet Your Farmer is a series of short films about farms in Maine. Produced for Maine Farmland Trust, an organization that works to preserve farm land in Maine for farming use, the films offer a glimpse at the many different types of farms in the state.
Online farmers market serving the Blue Hill Peninsula and surrounding area. Service is free and open to all: shop for one week or all season. All profit goes to local food producers.
Food for Maine's Future
The mission of Food for Maine’s Future (FMF) is to help build a just, secure, sustainable, and democratic food system to the benefit of all Maine farmers, communities, and the environment.
MOFGA is the first organization in the country to provide technical assistance specific to organic farming and gardening. Our Agricultural Services staff provides farming, gardening and marketing assistance to growers in Maine and beyond. Whether you’re growing acres of vegetables, producing organic milk or planting your first garden, we are here to help you succeed!