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October Incredible Edible Milbridge Report

October Incredible Edible Milbridge Report

We are sad that the 2020 season is winding to a close; however, it is not without an impact! Between the Incredible Edible Gardens at the Red Barn Motel and the Milbridge Commons, an estimated 7,000 lbs of vegetables went out to our community this year. We hope this...
What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

I want to tell you a story about 87 Main Street. For all the headaches, I have grown to love WHRL’s new house. It is a piece of Milbridge history.  And I feel good that we have been given the opportunity to restore this home and give it new life and purpose.  Won’t it...
Where do you want to live?

Where do you want to live?

Picture this. A town where healthy, happy people live, work and thrive. A town where kids have a safe place to play, elders are valued and cared for, and everyone has enough to eat. There are places to walk, run, push a stroller, or toss a Frisbee. In this town, folks...
A Grinch-free Christmas!

A Grinch-free Christmas!

Christmas is coming and we are determined to have a fabulous WHRL Christmas Tree Festival this December!  No Grinch (aka COVID-19) is going to steal this Downeast tradition! The 2020 festival might look a little different than in years past.  But the magic of...
September Incredible Edible Milbridge Report

September Incredible Edible Milbridge Report

The gardens in Milbridge experienced their first fall frost around September 19th– brr! Thanks to our head gardeners’ succession planting, cool weather vegetables like beets and a variety of lettuces continue to be available to visitors to our two gardens. With...