I truly believe in the concept of having food grown throughout the town, in every town. More than the practical aspects of having fresh food available for those who need it, it is a wonderful expression of community, the joining of many to bring about the benefits for all. If nothing else, it exemplifies sharing. ~ Jim Barrett
Our mission is to advance and promote the health and well-being of the woman, her family, and her community. Our vision is a community where all women feel empowered to achieve optimum health.
Saturday, August 18 from 9am to Noon at Weald Bethel’s new kitchen in Cherryfield Learn how to get started, how to choose foods to can, the various methods of canning, and helpful tools of the trade. Bring a couple one-pint canning jars and a towel and/or tote to...read more
The Women’s Health Resource Library will again play host to two big auctions during this year’s Milbridge Days festivities slated for July 28th at the Seaworthy Event Center on Main Street. The auction will run from 8 AM to 1:30 PM. Sixteen local artists will be...read more
The Milbridge Planning board has given the green light to Maine Coast Heritage Trust (MCHT, a statewide land conservation organization), and the Women’s Health Resource Library (WHRL) to begin construction on the proposed park in downtown Milbridge. The plan has also...read more