Monsanto’s newest release of genetically modified seeds, resistant to the weed killer, Dicamba were planted on 25 million acres of...
Healthy Farms, Healthy Food
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for one of our many courses designed for the home gardener
there is no planet B
Soil carbon sequestration is the #1 tool for fighting climate change
& soil-based for a healthy you
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Sourcing locally is the best way to know that your food has been humanely produced
Join NOFA-NJ and Grow for Giving at Princeton Community Church at a Film Screening of The Organic Life on September 26 in Pennington. Meet local farmers who will be in attendance!
Hand Tool Use and Maintenance
Learn effective use and proper maintenance for helpful hand tools for small-scale farming and gardening, such as the broadfork, the wheel hoe, the scythe, and more.
Tilling the Soil of Opportunity
A business development course for farmers and farm-based businesses taught by Jessica Isbrecht of Green Duchess Farm
Pawpaw Tasting and Farm Tour
Taste and learn how to grow the delicious pawpaw, a fruit native to the Northeastern US that is resistant to pests and diseases and produces delicious sweet fall fruit with veteran farmer and botanist Charlie West, PhD.
Berry Production and Pruning at Pitspone Farm
On October 18, visit Pitspone Farm in Kendall Park to learn about berry production, fall pruning, and small farm business models.
NOFA-NJ Winter Conference 2018
Saturday-Sunday, January 27-28, 2018
Locations: Rutgers Douglass Student Center
Keynote: Mark Shepard (author, Restoration Agriculture)
Pre-Conference: OARS 2018
Organic Farming Research Foundation’s Organic Agriculture Research Symposium
Friday, January 26, 2018
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION IS IN EFFECT!
Do you care about the Earth like we do? Get involved!
Left to Right: Tony Kennette, Farm Market Manager; Doug Tomson, Committeeman; Bob Wagner, Recreation, Parks, and Social Services Director; Cali...
This past Sunday, NOFA-NJ and The Suppers Program joined forces to present Sourcing Health Locally, a conference hignlighting the relationships...
The recent merger between Whole Foods and Amazon has slashed prices for organic and sustainably-sourced goods sold at the grocery chain. This changes...
Agricultural producers including farmer-or-rancher cooperatives and producer-based business ventures may apply for the Value-Added Producer Grant offered by the USDA....
Recently aired on NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams “NJ takes steps to keep farmland in the family”; was an upbeat story of a...
When you think of wine, places like Italy, France, and California come to mind. Hardly ever do wine connoisseurs think...
Deadline for applying for USDA’s Organic Certification Cost Share Program (OCCSP) administered by FSA is September 30, 2017! OCCSP provides organic...
What is better than a bike ride through the countryside? On September 3, at the Sussex County Fair Grounds, more...
Are you concerned about the future of land in New Jersey? Have you thought about leasing your land to a...
August 6-12 is National Farmer’s Market week! Wendell Berry said it best: “Eating is an agricultural act.” With every bite, we...
By 2030, New Jersey looks to cut food waste by half. This will reduce methane emissions from dumps, thus lowering the...