If you have an idea for our next Take This Job & Love It, email Chelsey at [email protected]————“In this edition of Take This Job and Love It Chelsey Anderson got down and dirty worming in Down East Maine.”Chelsey- “That’s right, and I’ll tell you what, I’ve taken on a lot of difficult jobs doing this feature, but nothing was as difficult or humiliating as this one…
The fields are ripe for the picking at Tate’s Strawberry Farm in Corinth.There are five varieties of strawberries, and Chelsey Anderson helped plant some of those in the spring.Chelsey- With all the rain we had this spring there wasn’t a sunny day to waste in May, so owner, Albert Tate got me going on the tractor.
In this edition of Take This Job and Love It, Chelsey Anderson traveled Downeast to help a nonprofit.She visited the First Light Farm Equine Shelter in Perry.Chelsey: “I rode a horse at a fair when I was child, but that’s about the extent of my knowledge of horses.
Things are heating up this month on this edition of Take This Job and Love It.Chelsey Anderson got to live out many little kid’s dreams.She had the opportunity to be firefighter-for-a-day at a car fire training in Hampden.————–Frank Hammond, Fire Instructor- “Welcome.
On “Take This Job and Love It” our reporters do everything they can not to get chopped, but in this edition Chelsey Anderson was trying to make a cut and more at the Maine Lumberjack Show in Trenton.—————–Timber Tina: “It’s kind of fun though!” Chelsey: “I bet.” Timber Tina: “It’s exciting!”Timber Tina is head lumberjill and owner of the Maine Lumberjack Show in Trenton.
Lawns are getting nice and green right now, but what happens if yours is just a pile of dirt.That’s when you might want to consider hydroseeding.In this edition of Take this Job and Love It, Sharon Pelletier decided to see what it takes to get the grass to grow, by following the folks at Adams Hydroseeding.
It’s a successful family business that’s been around for decades.Gifford’s serves up their famous ice cream in more than 60 different flavors.All of it, about ten thousand gallons a day, gets produced at their plant in Skowhegan.In this edition of Take this Job and Love It, Sharon Pelletier decided to see if she could get the scoop behind ice cream making.