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Welcome to Maine Farmland Trust Gallery

Gene Ripley of Ripley Farm. Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10Nadia Kasparek of Bar Harbor Community Farm. Photo by Johannah Blackman. Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10Seynab Ali, Seynab's Family Farm. Photo courtesy of Cultivating Community. Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10Annie Watson of Sheepscot Valley Farm. Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10Tyler Gaudet and Jackson Mcleod of Fluid Farms.  Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10Daughter Sara Williams Flewelling and father Matthew Williams, Aurora Mills and Farm, by Catherine Frost. Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10Randall Bates of Springside Farms.  Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10Christelle Munnelly and baby Nubian Cassiopeia at Copper Tail Farm. Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10Kennebec Variety Potato with Ricky, Our Pass Thyme Farm. Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10Jack Hill of Hilltop Farm. Photo by Becky Huefner. Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10Nicolas Lindholm, Blue Hill Berry Co. Photo by Lydia Goetze. Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10Alan Greene of Philip View Farm. Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10Suzanne Balbo, Clint Towle, and Cadence Balbo Towle (child) of Crooked Door Farm. Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10Noah Margeson, Margeson Organic Farm. Photo by Ernie Easter. Face to Face with Maine's Farmers, Jan 9-Feb. 10

The statewide non-profit Maine Farmland Trust (MFT) created this gallery because we believe in farming, and because we are committed to its future. Our vision is of a gallery that captures the vibrancy of Maine’s farms and farmers, the intimate relationship to the earth and animals they tend – a gallery which celebrates agriculture through art.

Founded in 2008, our gallery has increasingly become known as “a gallery with a mission.” It has attracted artists from all over Maine and beyond, who share a love for our rural heritage, farming’s future and the earth’s well-being. We hope that through this gallery, more people will come to understand the promise of farming, and as a result, lend fervent support to our efforts to secure Maine’s agricultural future.

Any piece of art purchased through Maine Farmland Trust Gallery results in at least a 40% donation to MFT’s programs, which protect farmland, support beginning and established farmers, and increase access to local, healthy foods, while the rest supports the local artist. A purchase of art that was donated to MFT results in a 100% donation to MFT’s programs. Buy art and support Maine’s local farms and food!

For more information please contact our Gallery Curator Anna Abaldo at 338-6575 or anna@mainefarmlandtrust.org.

WINTER GALLERY HOURS 2014/2015: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

NOTE | We are changing work for our new exhibits during the following weeks of 2015: Jan. 6-9, Feb. 10-13, Mar. 31-Apr. 3, May 12-15, June 22-24/25, June 30-July 3, Aug. 20-26, Sep. 29-Oct. 2, Nov. 17-20.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please contact our Gallery Coordinator:
Anna Abaldo at (207) 338-6575 or anna@mainefarmlandtrust.org
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