Forever Farms
Partners Protecting Maine Farms







About Forever Farms

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Forever Farms is a designation for farm properties that have been protected
with Agricultural Conservation Easements.

There are many farms that are protected, but are not yet  designated as Forever Farms. We hope that more farms and land trusts will join the Forever Farms family to create a comprehensive picture of farmland protection in Maine.

The goal of Forever Farms is to celebrate the partnerships between landowners and land trusts that have led
to the growing success of farmland protection in Maine.



Maine Farmland Protection is made possible by the following Maine Land Trust partners

Androscoggin Land Trust

Belgrade Regional Conservation Alliance

The Chewonki Foundation

Damariscotta Lake Watershed Association

Damariscota River Association

Freeport Conservation Trust

Frenchman Bay Conservancy

Georges River Land Trust

Maine Coast Heritage Trust

Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry

Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

Maine Farmland Trust

Royal River Conservation Trust

Scarborough Land Trust

Sebasticook Regional Land Trust

Windham Land Trust

Three Rivers Land Trust

Great Works Regional Land Trust


Protected Farms
Forever Farms Participants
Acreage Preserved
Land Trusts Working Together

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All Forever Farms — The stories

Organize By County

Milky Way Organic Farm

Clark Hill Farm

The Maine Milkhouse

Fibonacci Farm

Stantial Brook Farm

Tree Squeak Farm

Dooryard Farm

Chewonki Farm

Berry Best Farm

Wolfe’s Neck Farm

Hapworth Dairy Farm

Buckle Farm

Noon Family Sheep Farm

Hidden Valley Farm

Katherine Breton Memorial Preserve

Frith Farm

Cheeseman Farm

Winter Hill Farm

Hatchet Cove Farm

Chick Farm

Mitchell Ledge Farm

NL Lorio Farm

Packard-Littlefield Farm

Uncas Farms

Flanagan Farm

Horsepower Farm

Juniper Edge Farm

Rambler’s Way Farm

Broadturn Farm

Jordan’s Farm

Pray Farm

Fogg Family Farm

Misty Brook Farm

Abenaki Alpaca Fleece Farm

Keewaydin Farm

Windrows Farm

Wishing Well Farm

Two Coves Farm

Long Cove Farm

Tide Mill Farm

Stearns Hill Farm

Spar Ridge Farm

Saban Farm

Rolling Acres Farm

Quill’s End Farm

The Morris Farm

Phillips Property (For Sale)

Old Ackley Farm

Mussey Road Farm

Miller’s Hives ‘N Gardens

McDougal Orchards

Lover’s Brook Farm

Lakeside Orchards

King Hill Farm

Ken-Rose Farm

Johnny’s Selected Seeds

Darthia Farm

Five Fields Farm

come spring farm

Collyer Brook Farm

Pleasant River Farm

Brick Farm

Blueberry Hill Farm

Blue-Zee Farm

Sunrise Farm

Bear Well Orchard

Wood Song Farm

Erickson Fields Preserve

Winterberry Farm

Old Crow Ranch

Oyster River Winegrowers




Podcast Episodes

Episode #033 Treesqueak Farm

In episode 33 we visit with Treequeak Farm in rural Carmel. This is a touching story of two people who grew up watching the world around them change and develop, and didn’t want to see that happen to their property.

This show is unique in that it is the first time we have ever recorded live from an easement closing. It was a beautiful day, we all sat on the back porch sipping rhubarb iced tea and eating lemon bars. If only all legal proceedings could be so pleasant!

Episode #032 Chewonki Foundation part 2

Episode 32 is the second half of our two part series at the Chewonki Foundation. We talk with two 17 year old students to see how a semester on the farm has shaped their world views, and their relationship to food.

This is our final episode on live radio with 89.9 WERU FM. A huge thank you to everyone at WERU who made this podcast a reality! Forever Farms Radio will still be available on all of our syndicates and here on

Episode #031 Chewonki Foundation Part 1

Episode 31 is the first half of our mini series at Chewonki Foundation in Wiscassett. We meet with students and teachers to learn about how experiential education is changing these kids (and teachers lives). In this first half we will hear how being part of the farm has shaped two 17 year old girls’ vision for the food system that they are part of.

Episode #030 Buckle Farm

In Episode 30 we get to meet with one of the most altruistic farmers in Maine, Jim Buckle. His mission is to get farmers around the state paid a fair wage and get food to under served communities. He is using some pretty creative techniques to do this. One that he discusses is aggregating products from farmers in Waldo County, and then bringing them to his existing markets in Boston. He is also trying to find ways to get high quality, farm fresh food onto the tables of those most in need in Boston and Maine.

He is a stand out person, with big aspirations. Prepare to be inspired y’all.

Episode #029 Five Fields Farm

In episode 29 we use the story of Tom Gyger to explain why farmland protection is so important, and yet why it is really damn hard to do. Tom has been farming apples his whole life, and now he has saved his land for another generation of farmers.

He has watched the land around him change hands a number of times and be divided down and down again to the point that it would be nearly impossible for most farmers to consider moving into the area. That being said, it was no small feat to protect Tom’s land. It took years of persistent effort and whole lot of money. Listen to hear the gritty side of farmland protection.

Forever Farms Event at Jordan’s Farm

Join Maine Farmland Trust and Cape Elizabeth Land Trust in our second Forever Farms event of the season at Jordan’s Farm in Cape Elizabeth.

Jason Williams from the Well at Jordan’s Farm will be preparing dishes with food sourced on farm and from surrounding farms ($10-12).

Music will be played by The Gather Rounders, so bring your dancing boots. Save the date and tell your friends!

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