Our efforts and growth
See how our partners have made a lasting impact on eliminating hunger in the state of Maine.
BIPOC farm partners
Pounds of local Maine food distributed
Invested in the Maine AG economy
Pounds of culturally relevant crops distributed
Produce from Middle Intervale Farm.
Sorting fresh corn at Bell Farm in Auburn, Maine.
Frank Thomas from Thomas Vegetable Farm.
Fresh potatoes sourced from Bell Farm in Auburn, Maine.
Johanna Burdet from Moodytown Gardens.
Fresh potatoes grown and harvested by a farm partner.
Fresh produce from Fairwinds Farm.
Omasombo Katuka, OK Community Farm.
Food Bank volunteers sort fresh carrots after delivery to the distribution center.
Jean Ripley from Ripley Farm.
Discover delicious and easy recipes all made with local Maine ingredients. With so many different options to choose from, there’s always a recipe in season for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert.
Harvesting Good’s mission is to improve access to nutritious food and strengthen regional food systems by creating a food processing infrastructure to support farmers in the Northeast.
This year-round program allows those with EBT/SNAP benefits to save on fresh local fruits and vegetables. These rewards can be used at any participating retailer and are applied as a discount at checkout.
Meet the team that supports our Mainers Feeding Mainers program.
Fresh news and stories about our Mainers Feeding Mainers program, including visits with our partners across the state.