Our Partners

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Our mission is to help families, friends, and communities to feed one another by providing superior seeds, tools, information, and service. We are an employee-owned seed producer and merchant headquartered in Winslow, Maine, USA. Johnny's was founded in 1973 by our Chairman, Rob Johnston, Jr. All of us at Johnny's are committed to helping growers and gardeners succeed.


The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) provides leadership and technical assistance to address natural resource conservation issues on private land. NRCS employees work to improve and protect natural resources in partnership with Maine's 16 Soil and Water Conservation Districts, federal, state and local agencies, 5 Resource Conservation and Development Councils, farmers, landowners and communities. The partnership's commitment to conservation provides a solid foundation to a locally-led program delivery system. The partnership is also committed to a voluntary, incentive-based approach to private land stewardship and conservation treatment.
Our Vision: An effective team providing leadership and expertise in the use and stewardship of Maine's natural resources.
Our Mission: The mission of the Natural Resources Conservation Service in Maine is to provide technical assistance to help people conserve, improve and sustain our natural resources.


Our Mission : The Mission of Somerset County Soil and Water Conservation District is to preserve and improve soil and water quality for the entire county through education and implementation of conservation practices. Working with landowners, organizations and government, Maine's Soil and Water Conservation Districts have helped to protect our soil, water, forestry, wildlife and other natural resources for over 60 years.


The Union Sportsmen's Alliance (USA) is a hunter/angler based conservation organization exclusively for Union members, retirees and their families with a mission to unite the Union community to expand and improve hunting and fishing access and wildlife habitat throughout North America. One way the USA is working toward that goal is through its Boots on the Ground (BOTG) program, which connects trained and highly skilled Union member volunteers with conservation projects in critical need of manpower. One such project will support the Memorial Forest and the program being developed in Maine by American Greenlands and Pine Grove Lodge to provide outdoor experiences for disabled first responders, veterans and Union members. BOTG volunteers will help build roads and a bridge among other projects.


Unity College is a small private college in rural Maine that provides dedicated, engaged students with a liberal arts education which emphasizes the environment and natural resources. Unity College graduates are prepared to be environmental stewards, effective leaders, and responsible citizens through active learning experiences within a supportive community.

American Greenlands Restoration Inc. is committed to habitat and personal restoration. The natural environment acts as a venue for therapeutic healing and personal wellness. Faculty and staff within the Center for Experiential and Environmental Education at Unity College are in support of the work and mission of AGRI as it relates to the restoration of mind, body and ecosystems.


Fusco, Brandenstein & Rada, P.C. is one of the metropolitan area's leading Workers' Compensation and Social Security Disability law firms. The firm has its administrative headquarters in Woodbury, New York and has a network of additional satellite offices connected via a wide area network and the Internet. The satellite offices are in Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens, Hempstead, Commack, and Medford.


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