LEEDS — The 2009 Maine Farm Days will be take place on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 21 and 22, at the Barker Farm, North Leeds.
The theme is “Renewable and Alternative Energy Sources.” Presentations are scheduled on solar and wind energy, with presentations on farmland preservation from groups like Androscoggin Land Trust and Maine Farm Land Protection.
Androscoggin Valley Soil and Water Conservation District Executive Director Susan Gammon will speak about carbon sequestration and the potential financial gain for farmers and landowners. 
A farmers market will be new this year. The contract/agreements are available by going to www.androscogginswcd.net, clicking on Maine Farm Days and downloading contract/agreements on that page for vendors, exhibitors and farm markets.

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