Please join the Unity College Animal Barn in welcoming our new breeding pair of American Guinea Hog heritage breed meat pigs, listed as Critical Breed Status by The Livestock Conservancy. ‘Luna’ (pictured) and her partner ‘Lurch’ were provided by Sunnywood Farm in Unity and are part of an effort to re-introduce this hearty, medium sized […]
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The word from Barn Manager, Meg A. After a long, cold winter break the barn is thawing out as students return for spring semester. Our baby San Clemente Island Goats have transitioned from the heated living area to the ‘big kid’ stall and are loving the extra space, kicking up their heels and butting heads […]
Some notes from Lorey Duprey, our Dining Services Director, on highlights from today’s lunch: “Tuesday lunch we will be featuring burgers with all local products, including award-winning Raye’s mustard and Northern Girl veggie fries. So come on in and enjoy your lunch. Celebrate local foods with an all local burger lunch!” Our delicious lunch included: […]
Unity students returned to a frigid, but bustling campus last weekend eager to start their first classes of 2013. As they poured through the doors of Wyman Commons for their first lunch of the semester, students were greeted with exciting news. After a longtime connection to the innovative dairy company MOOMilk, Unity College Dining Services […]
This semester, Unity College’s Dining Services are putting some new local foods on their students’ plates. Heiwa Tofu and Northern Girl, LLC have now come to be a part of the local food family offered in the Unity College cafeteria. The tofu comes from nearby Lincolnville, Maine, where a family of four presses their own […]
This Monday, October 24th, Unity College will be participating in the inaugural Food Day! Food Day is a nationwide event meant to bring attention to current issues that we face with in this country in regards to: diet related diseases from high fat, high sugar and processed foods, food access and hunger, subsidies to large […]
This event was also covered in the Morning Sentinel. Nice story, here.