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Heather Retberg

Wrong Heather Retberg?

Homeschooling Mother and Farmer

Local Address:  Penobscot , Maine , United States
Quill's End Farm
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Craig Hickman of Winthrop; and ..., 29 May 2014 [cached]
Craig Hickman of Winthrop; and Heather Retberg of Quill's End Farm in Penobscot.
In a recent correspondence with ... [cached]
In a recent correspondence with WhyHunger, Heather Retberg of Quill's End Farm, a 100-acre farm in Penobscot, Maine, tells us that the ruling on June 17 has "galvanized support, and a number of people from western and central Maine are checking in to register their commitment to food sovereignty and their hope to pass the ordinance in more towns if the state and courts refuse to understand the importance of preserving our traditional food ways, customs and cultural heritage, food freedom, local economy, vibrancy and resilience."
Philip and Heather Retberg ... [cached]
Philip and Heather Retberg of Quills End Farm in Penobscot have a lot in common with other young couples I've seen repopulate old farms: a clear commitment to good farming practices and good food, to improving their community and, through it, our planet.
Heather and Philip Retberg were among the farmers featured in From the Land: Maine Farms at Work, my 2009 collaboration with photographer Bridget Besaw.
Communities should have the ..., 19 Mar 2011 [cached]
Communities should have the right to decide rules governing small farms that process food -- ranging from chickens to cheese to jam -- sold to people in their own area, said Heather Retberg of Quill's End Farm in Penobscot, which sells farm-raised beef, pork, lamb and eggs.
"What the ordinance does is put the rule of law behind the towns," Retberg said.
The new Penobscot ordinance won't change how Retberg and her husband deal with their existing line of products, since they use a federally certified facility to butcher their cows, pigs and sheep.
But they plan to start processing chickens on their farm, something they'd be forbidden from doing under existing state regulations without constructing a separate chicken-processing building, she said.
Heather Retberg of ..., 18 Mar 2011 [cached]
Heather Retberg of Quill's End Farm in Penobscot says local communities should decide on the rules over small farms that process food - ranging from chickens to jars of jam - that is sold to people in their own area.
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