Featured Event


Land & SeaMaine Farmland Trust and Penobscot East Resource Center will host a half-day Colloquium to explore a whole system approach to increased food production in Maine and to examine the connections between economic growth potential in the food sector, good natural resource stewardship, and the overall health of our communities.

NAMA's Blog

Farm Aid 2016Not to be outdone by Rolling Stone and Billboard, in her blog NAMA's Coordinating Director Niaz Dorry writes up her "Top 10 Reasons Why We Keep Going to Farm Aid."

Recent Newsletters

  • CommonBound brings unlikely allied food producers together around new food economies. Plus the Official Release of the Local Catch Core Values, Seafood Throwdowns from Cape Ann to the Bronx's Garden of Happiness, and the New Bedford Scandal Deepens.

  • Seafood Throwdowns are fun, tasty and exciting. Beyond the cooking competition excitement they're also a way for fishermen to share their stories and expose the corporate takeover of our ocean commons. Read Brett's story of why we throw down, about our upcoming trip CommonBound, the Good Food Awards and more!

  • At a time when success is measured by who can work at the speed of light regardless of the outcomes, we will continue to work at the speed of trust because we believe it's the only way to get the outcomes we seek for the long haul.