At this week's Rotary meeting Louis MacDonald of M & M Farming gave a talk about how Scott Madore and his business is growing (pun intended) to improve the island's food self-sufficiency. Over the three seasons, the business has grown to include several sites from the Codroy to Junction Brook by Deer lake. Their integrated approach to farming, which is highly mechanized, allows them to produce root crops and store them for overwintering consumption. They have also started secondary processing potatoes (french fries). With the addition of greenhouses to their business, they have also started making "salad makings" for local consumption. 
Louis MacDonald (l) being thanked by Rotarian Marie Stagg (r)
Potato Storage Facility
One of several fields in production
Louis MacDonald (l) and Scott Madore (r) partners, M & M Farming Company Limited