Food AND Medicine is looking for two new people to join our staff team! We are currently hiring for two Americorps positions:

  • Economic Opportunities Organizer: This position focuses on supporting the leadership and voice of people experiencing food insecurity through our Community Supported Farmers’ Market program and Food Access Committee. See full job posting here.
  • Member Leadership Coordinator: This position will focus on improving the economic well-being of underemployed and unemployed through trainings and resource identification. See full job posting here.

Please share these openings with anyone you feel would be a good fit for the positions.

In the coming months, we will also be advertising for new staff to lead our Agriculture programs. Please stay tuned!

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Sign Up for a Happytown Farm Share

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Are you looking for healthy, local, farm-fresh food this season? Simplify your summer and join FAM’s Union-Supported Agriculture (USA) program by purchasing a share!   USA is a relationship of mutual support and commitment between local farmers and members who share in the risk and bounty of sustainable agriculture. Happy Town Farm supplies vegetables and cut […]

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CSA Fair 2015

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Come to the 2015 CSA Fair!  

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Be part of Solidarity Harvest this year!

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It’s that time of year again! Since 2003, Food AND Medicine’s Solidarity Harvest project has provided locally sourced meals to Maine families in hard times.  This year has seen a loss of over 1,200 jobs since February in the Penobscot River Valley region, and families are more than ever having to make the difficult choice […]

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Solidarity Harvest Benefit Auction 2014

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We have GREAT ITEMS to bid on for our 5th Annual Solidarity Harvest Benefit Auction!   Since 2003, Food AND Medicine’s Solidarity Harvest has brought healthy, local food to laid-off workers and other families facing hard times during the Thanksgiving season. Throughout the years, thanks to cooperation between union locals, farmers, FAM members, and hundreds of […]

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Faith Linking in Action

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Listening Campaign   Wrap-up & Next Steps   On May 3, 2014, 36 clergy, lay leaders and concerned community members from 10 congregations/organizations met at our Listening Campaign Wrap-up and Next Steps gathering! Throughout a spirited day, this group reflected on the challenges and hopes they heard in over 150 1-1s with people in our […]

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Thanks for a Hugely Successful CSA Fair!

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Thanks to the efforts of 20 volunteers, the participation of 12 local farmers, the support of 6 downtown Bangor businesses/organizations, the publicity provided by 3 TV and 2 radio stations and 3 print media outlets, the 2014 CSA Fair exceeded all expectations, drawing more than 250 attendees and generating 28 CSA purchases. (To view a […]

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CSA Fair

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Come to the 2014 CSA Fair! The community is welcome to attend the annual CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Fair, which will be held in Bangor on Saturday, March 1st from 1-4 pm at the Maine Holistic Center, 81 Main St (across from the Maine Discovery Museum, at the corner of Cross and Main streets). This […]

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Annual Meeting 2014

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Food AND Medicine Annual Membership Meeting Saturday, February 1st Breakfast 8:00am; Meeting 9:00am-12:00noon At the Solidarity Center, 20 Ivers St, Brewer, ME (off South Main Street behind St. Teresa’s Church) Snow Date: Sunday, February 2 (2-6pm) Join us on Saturday as we work for a world where people aren’t forced to choose between food, medicine […]

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