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Barbecue and Tailgating Food Safety

When planning your next football tailgating party, learn how to grill meat and poultry safely. Includes instructional video for online viewing.

Safe Home Cider Making

A great way to enjoy the taste of apples all year long. Learn how to make apple cider!


People in Maine love apples. They are versatile, convenient, readily available year-round, nutritious, and delicious. No wonder the average Mainer eats about 120 apples a year! Learn more about harvesting and store apples. Includes recipes and instructional video.



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Forest Landowners Guide to Evaluating & Choosing a Natural Resource-Based Enterprise Forest Landowners Guide to Evaluating & Choosing a Natural Resource-Based Enterprise

Each year, farm and forest owners start nontraditional enterprises to take advantage of renewable natural resources, such as forests, wildlife, water, and cropland. However, many endeavors fail because the landowner lacked sufficient information as well as technical, business, and marketing skills. This 102-page guide supplies the method and tools to help you make an informed decision and assess your enterprise and resource. 2004.

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Growing Fruit Trees in Maine Growing Fruit Trees in Maine

Designed to provide the home orchardist with the knowledge to successfully grow fruit trees under Maine conditions, this booklet describes cultural practices for apple, pear, peach, cherry, plum, and apricot trees. Covers varieties adapted to Maine, rootstocks, planting, early care, fertilization, pollination, pruning, lack of fruitfulness, pests and diseases, and preparation for winter. Developed by Professor of Pomology Renae Moran and Associate Scientist Glen Koehler; includes 30 color photos that enhance text descriptions. 32 pages. © 2008 by University of Maine Cooperative Extension.
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