The Maine AgrAbility Blog: Gotta Lotta Livin’ To Do!
Recent Blog Posts
Farming for the Long Term
Keep Kids Safe on the Farm with Universal Design
What Does an Occupational Therapist Do?
Safety Precautions When Working in the Woods, Part II: Mechanized Logging Operations
Safety Precautions When Working in the Woods, Part I: Using Chainsaws
Forging Partnerships in Support of LogAbility
Watch Where You’re Going!
When the Going Gets Tough: Reflections of a Caregiver
A blog series that deals with issues surrounding aging, farming, and quality of life.
By Ellen S. Gibson
I am a farmer, educator, and consultant to the Maine AgrAbility Program. I raise goats and the forage they eat and tend to the fields and woods of Stearns Hill Farm in West Paris. My grandparents lived here when I was growing up. From my earliest memories, the Farm has held a special place in my heart.
The Maine AgrAbility Blog covers timely topics such as
- farming, aging, and risk;
- caring for others;
- chronic low-grade inflammation;
- kitchen ergonomics; and
- much more!
Recent blog posts can be found in the list above. A complete list of posts can be found here.
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