A Family Farm in Maine Couldn’t Make it After Restaurants Closed — Then the Neighbors Showed UpJudy Coleon Gennaio 8, 2021 at 6:02 pm on Gennaio 8, 2021 at 6:02 pm on Gennaio 8, 2021 at 6:02 pm All News – Good News Network

In 1996, organic farmers Ralph and Lisa Turner launched Laughing Stock Farm on one-fifth of an acre in Freeport, Maine. With trial and error eventually came success, a steady customer base, and 12-and-a-half more acres. “Our quality produce coupled with your commitment to purchasing fresh local vegetables has built our business into a sustainable family-owned […]

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In 1996, organic farmers Ralph and Lisa Turner launched Laughing Stock Farm on one-fifth of an acre in Freeport, Maine. With trial and error eventually came success, a steady customer base, and 12-and-a-half more acres. “Our quality produce coupled with your commitment to purchasing fresh local vegetables has built our business into a sustainable family-owned
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