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In Kodiak Island Borough, Alaska, the Kodiak Harvest Food Co-op was created to retain income within the community by  providing a market for produce and seafood grown or caught locally.

In Skowhegan Maine, an abandoned building was rehabilitated to accommodate new business and support the growing grain industry by again filling its original role of the Somerset Grist Mill.

Local Foods Plymouth in New Hampshire and Vermont’s Farm to Plate program both strive to reduce the miles traveled by food and strengthen the local agricultural economy.

Maine's Port Clyde Fresh Catch harvests, packages and sells seafood using environmentally sound methods.Maine Grains