Open Creamery Day

Maine Farm Product and Pick-up Directory

“University of Maine Cooperative Extension worked with Allison Lakin, owner of East Forty Farm and Dairy, and Lakin’s Gorges Cheese in Waldoboro, to develop the database of Maine farmers’ creative distribution strategies implemented for the public.”

~University of Maine Extension Service article

Lakin is a long time member of the Maine Cheese Guild, and many Guild cheesemakers are included on the Extension’s new resource for locating locally produced food that is available directly  from farms during the Covid-19 epidemic.  Farmers’ Markets are also considered essential businesses and  many Maine cheesemakers rely on them to market their products. Visit Maine Federation of Farmers’ Markets for a comprehensive listing of markets and updates.

Maine Farm Product Pick-Up Directory

You can learn more here, in an article on the Penobsoct Bay area news site,  www.penbaypilot.com.

We also suggest you check driectly with Maine Cheesemakers on how to purchase their products. See our Maine Cheese Guild Cheesemaker & Supporting Partners map with contact information on our members.

 

Open Creamery Day

13th Annual Open Creamery Day is a Go for 2020

We’re happy to announce the the Guild sponsored 13th Annual Open Creamery Day is on for Sunday, October 11, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at creameries statewide. We’ll be updating here and offer a map and printable pdf as the date draws near. The event is always the Sunday of Indigenous Peoples’ Day and coincides with Maine’s fall foliage peak in much of the state.

Maine Cheese Guild Meeting

June Guild Meeting June 16th

June Maine Cheese Guild Meeting will be Tuesday June 16 from 2pm to 4pm. The focus will be on food safety in the time of Covid 19 and there will be a short presentation from a PhD candidate from UMO. This will be a Zoom meeting. Details here.