The Halcyon Grange #345 has gotten some excellent press in the local newspapers, online, and through our Maine State Grange website. You can read some of them here – take a look!
The Blue Hill Co-op and Cafe website: The Harvest Herald: “The Halcyon Grange #345” – Autumn 2016: http://bluehill.coop/site/wp-
Maine State Grange website: “Halcyon Grange Hosts Migrant Health Program” – August 24th, 2016: http://mainestategrange.org/?
Maine State Grange website: “Halcyon Grange Shines!” – August 2nd, 2016: http://mainestategrange.
Penobscot Bay Press: “Halcyon Grange Builds a Community With, and Beyond, Farmers” – July 28th, 2016: http://weeklypacket.com/news/
Bangor Daily News: “Halcyon Grange to present third talk in New American Farmers Series” – Feb 7th, 2016: http://bangordailynews.com/
Bangor Daily News: “Halcyon Grange Talk #1 in 2015-2016 Educational Series: Seaweed Class” – November 6th, 2015: http://bangordailynews.
The Portland Press Herald: “Community Kitchens Learn from Belfast’s Coastal Farms and Foods Collapse” -October 12th, 2015: http://bangordailynews.com/
The Portland Press Herald: “The state of the Grange in Maine: Shuttering doors or revitalizing an institution?”- October 8th, 2015: http://www.pressherald.com/
The Ellsworth American: “Halcyon Grange Carries on Old Tradition“ – October 6, 2015: http://www.
The Bangor Daily News: “Old grange, new plans: Blue Hill farming organization gearing up to open a community kitchen” – April 26, 2014: http://bangordailynews.
Maine State Grange website: “Halcyon Grange Unanimous in Support of Micro-Dairies“ -March 2nd, 2014: http://mainestategrange.
Betsy Garrold of MOFGA: “The Grange Revival in Maine” – 2014: http://www.mofga.org/
Article by David Gumpert: The Complete Patient: “An Old-Fashioned Maine Pig Roast Celebrates State-Wide Push for Food Sovereignty;” FSMA Worries – Oct 21st, 2013: http://www.davidgumpert.
Penobscot Bay Press: “Halcyon Grange Harvests Goodwill at Annual Supper” – November 1st, 2012: http://dining639.rssing.
Our Worthy Master, Heather Retberg, of Quill’s End Farm in Penobscot, has contributed to The Maine State Grange page in a section titled: “View from the Farm” which can be seen here:
Oct 2016: “Pondering Fungibility” – http://mainestategrange.org/?