• Boston Globe,  Featured

    In Maine, a farmer and scientist collaborate, creating a plan that adapts to climate change

    The Climate Adaptation Fellowship helps small farms across the Northeast prepare for the future By Jocelyn Ruggiero Globe correspondent, August 2, 2022 WINDHAM, Maine — Bumbleroot Organic Farm co-owner Melissa Law and climate resilience specialist Sarah Simon of the Maine Farmland Trust walk shoulder to shoulder through tall grass in the field that marks the outermost edge of Law’s farm. They speak quickly, sometimes laughing, sometimes intensely, catching up in the shadow of a row of towering pines that stretches 1,000 feet toward a pollinator meadow and beyond that, dense forest. In front of the pines, in sharp contrast, are four long rows of newly and strategically planted perennials, 400…