WATERVILLE — Local farmer Jenni Tilton-Flood and Associated Press reporter Patrick Whittle had a wide-ranging discussion Wednesday night on Maine agriculture and at the Chace Community Forum in downtown Waterville.

The latest Community Voices, sponsored by Colby College, was held for the first time at the Bill and Joan Alfond Main Street Commons.

Tilton-Flood is a member of Flood Brothers Farm, LLC in Clinton, Maine, and a farmer spokesperson for their co-op, Cabot Creamery Cooperative.

Whittle is a reporter for The Associated Press who covers environmental issues, fisheries, oceans, agriculture and more.


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