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We are recruiting new Maine Farm to Institution Leaders!

Are you passionate about Maine’s Food System and involved in Farm to Institution (FTI) work? Would helping to coordinate a statewide network of FTI advocates and practitioners help inform and further your work? Please join us!

In the coming year MEFTI will be working on statewide policy initiatives, organizing the 2020 Maine Farm to Institution Summit, and developing its network. As a MEFTI leader, you will be looped into a cross-sector professional network across the state and the region, offering leadership and professional development experience.

Learn more about the leadership Roles and Responsibilities and complete the Application.

Accepting applications until August 30, 2019.

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MEFTI catalyzes a social impact network focused on farm to institution in Maine to help build a healthy and sustainable regional food system.

 
 

farm to institution in maine...

Maine is a unique place we love and take pride in, a state with hard-working and resourceful people, multiple food-system based networks and organizations, ample agriculture and fisheries resources, and great potential for producing and processing more food for its population and for the region.  Maine can be a leader of food system change, and an important part of that change can only come about through the influence of food-serving institutions on our food system.

Maine’s institutions have power to impact our food system and those they serve through purchasing and serving fresh, healthy, local food. Institutions can also use their human, intellectual, cultural, and economic influence, in combination with a strong commitment to contribute to the greater good of the place where they are located, to act as truly beneficial anchors and shapers of their communities.