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From left:  Omar Hassan, Asli Hassan, Batula Ismail, and Mohamed Hassan at their farm at the Packard-Littlefield Farm.

Visitors to Ironwood Farm in Edmunds have the opportunity to view Randall cows, a heritage breed from Vermont.

The Zook Family Farm is an Amish farm in Fort Fairfield.

Mandala Farm in East Orland operates a homeless shelter.

The Bolduc Correctional Facility in Warren operates several farm programs for inmates.

Anne Harrington, the milk inspector, visits the Mineral Spring Farm in Windham.

Seth Kroeck from Crystal Spring Farm in Brunswick offers advice to the Bowdoin College organic gardeners.

Merrill Blakes assists with the spawning process at the New Gloucester Fish Hatchery.

An apple picker from Jamaica is working at Kelly’s Orchard in Acton. The Unique Maine Farms’ project highlights the contributions of migrant workers in Maine.

Students from the Future Farmers of America program at Caribou High School are shown inspecting potatoes.

Dale Flewelling of Friends of Aroostook, a farm program in Houlton that feeds the hungry, shares information with the local game wardens about the damage that moose have caused in the corn fields.

Cultivation Works in Saco operates a

farm for individuals with disabilities.

Brother Arnold tends to the sheep in the historic Shaker barn in New Gloucester.