Tim and Anne Devin are retired U.S. Marines with nearly 50 years of active duty service between the two of them. They haved lived and served overseas and across the United States in both peace and wartime. Drawn to the challenge and healing powers of agriculture, they have found a new mission that allows them to continuing serving their community and country.
Provide high quality organic produce, livestock and food products to target markets throughout midcoast Maine; and provide aspiring military veteran farmers the education and training they need in order to manage or successfully launch their own sustainable farming enterprise.
What We Sell:
Our 72-acre, small-scale, bio-diverse farming enterprise provides organically certified vegetables and row crops, as well as free-range, organically raised eggs, and value added products. We use use multi-span heated and non-heated high tunnels to offer year-round produce and use vegetables grown on our farm for value-added products. We also have limited availabilty of "Hard Corps" maple syrup and hope our beehives give us some honey this year. Additionally, a starter flock of Katadhin sheep should provide pasture raised lamb in the fall of 2019.
• Organically-certified produce (Heirloom, slicing and paste tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, swiss chard, kale, radishes, potatoes, beets, cabbage, kohlrabi, lettuce and assorted greens)
• Crowd-pleasing value-added food items - traditional, sugar & grain free, and vegan Kimchi, relishes, and newly created Kojang Sauce, formerly known as "Korean Ketchup".
We want to reverse the trend of large-scale ecologically and sociologically unsustainable industrial mass food production by partnering hard-working, dedicated, and loyal military veterans with the tools and resources necessary to accomplish this goal. We expect to bring military veteran apprentices on-board our farm during Spring 2020.