FARMINGTON — The University of Maine Cooperative Extension in Franklin County, along with the Greater Franklin Food Council, will conclude their Twilight Meeting series Tuesday at Martin Woods Farm, 24 Abijah Hill Road in Starks.

It is set from 5-7 p.m. and is free and open to the public. The topic will be Farm Diversification & Agritourism. Cooperative Extension’s Nicholas Rowley will host.

The Twilight Meeting series began June 20 for locals to learn and connect with farmers and community members, as well as visit local farms such as Walter Gooley’s Christmas Tree Farm in Farmington.

For more information, contact Rowley at 207-778-4650, or email him at For more information on Cooperative Extension in Farmington, visit

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