Monthly Archives: March 2014

Dispatches from the Past: Oh, think how hungry you WILL be a week from Thanksgiving… order up!‏

(Editor’s Note: So, big news in this dispatch as well. I’m starting to feel better myself about my lackadaisical blog updating. We’ve been damn busy! My mother loves this photo, by the way, and loves that all of us are … Continue reading

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Dispatches from the Past: The Great ROUTING Update!

(Editor’s note:  This isn’t, strictly speaking, one of Marada’s dispatches. But it is a case in point about schedule being our greatest free resource and tool at our disposal. The only holidays we stop for are the ones that mean … Continue reading

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Dispatches from the Past: Stock up on your Thanksgiving items – the schedule WILL be modified Nov 25th-28th…

(Editor’s Note:  we resume our regularly backlogged catalog of past dispatches. This one includes an announcement of a major undertaking coming to fruition. The purchase and transition of Fiddler’s Green Farm from Allen and Laine in Belfast to our warehouse … Continue reading

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A palate cleanser, if you will….

I promised to let you know what we’d been up to during our lengthy blog silence.  The picture above is actually a much more organized encapsulation of my regular work load, but very indicative of my tendency to shed tools … Continue reading

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Dispatches from the Past: An apple a day…local farms make money that way!‏

(Editor’s Note:  Here at the end of March, expecting more snow in a few days, I think we’re all aware of how wearying things can be without surcease. So I will stop for today after this Dispatch, originally sent out … Continue reading

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Dispatches from the Past: If you don’t have winter luxury, you aren’t really living…‏

(Editor’s note:  It seems strange to read back over the fall’s notes as we hope we’re one mere storm-hurdle away from spring. But that’s what farmers have to do this time of year every year. It’s the greatest gamble, if … Continue reading

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Dispatches from the Past: Fresh Cut Aroostook Root Medley is back…heirloom squash and pumpkins…Sonnental pork…‏

(Editor’s note:  Once again, there’s been a long hiatus, and I’ll post soon letting you know what we’ve been busy with. In the meantime, I’ll post a few past dispatches a day until I get caught up. I know, I’m … Continue reading

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