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Alaena Robbins

Bio: After spending several years working at food and farming focused non-profits in NYC, I decided to move to Maine for what I thought would be a one season apprenticeship to learn more about farming. Ten years later and I am still here! I help run Broadturn Farm where we grow flowers for floral design, wholesale, CSA, and donation. I love farming because of the way it grounds you to your place on this earth while also connecting you to a greater community both locally and beyond.Current Practices: Broadturn Farm has a 100 year lease with the Scarborough Landtrust. We grow flowers organically on ~4 acres for CSA, wholesale, and floral design. Broadturn Farm also subleases acerage to two vegetable farms and hosts free or discounted non-profit events and weddings Agricultural Background: I have been farming in Maine since 2014 – starting as an apprentice and moving my way up to manager. Previous to farming in Maine, I interned at Slow Food USA in the policy department, Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in programming, and worked for 1.5 years at The Horticultural Society of New York in membership and programming. Statement from candidate on serving: I have been eager to get more involved in YFCs policy work for some time now and am excited about this opportunity! In 2021, I made calls for YFC to members and past grant recipients to make sure everyone and anyone eligible was applying to get a COVID assistance grant – this process opened my eyes both to the lack of awareness about government assistance for small farmers and the hesitation of many farmers to participate in government programs. As a white farmer, I have found few barriers to taking full advantage of these types of programs and hope to support YFC’s continued commitment to expanding and promoting farm policy that benefits Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), and LGBTQ+ farmers. On a personal level, I have experienced how policy can make farming easier and better (funding for mental health support, payments for individuals during the pandemic, NRCS programs,etc) and how being left out of certain programs (i.e. student debt relief) can be harmful to your quality of life. I have also been acutely aware of how climate change is rapidly affecting what it means to be a farmer and understand how important strong climate policy and ever evolving disaster relief will be in the very near future. In Maine, PFAS contamination has come to the forefront for local policy needs, and I imagine this will be the case across the country soon as well. It can be easy to get lost in the everyday demands of farming but I think it is so important to be apart of a greater community moving towards a better future. Being involved in YFC over the years has given me larger connection and it is something I hope to hold onto and grow through becoming a Policy Committee Representative.
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