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Using locally-sourced marine residuals, we hand craft compost-based products that are biologically diverse and rich in the nutrients that plants need to thrive.

We believe in buying local. Using our store locator will help you find a Coast of Maine retailer near you. If there is not a retailer close by go to our  online store for all your organic soil and fertilizer needs!

And if you have questions we would be happy to connect with you anytime. Please join our community on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google and Pinterest. Of course, we are available to answer your questions by phone at 800-345-9315 or by email at sales@coastofmaine.com

Thanks for stopping by and happy gardening!

 

 

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