New recommendations proposed by the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) offers protective measures to avoid pesticide runoff from entering marine...
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Winter Conference 2018
Please join us January 27-28 for NOFA-NJ’s 28th Annual Winter Conference at the Rutgers Douglass Student Center.
Book Club: The Good Food Revolution
NOFA-NJ’s Book Club at Brick Farm Market on February 13 will discuss Will Allen’s The Good Food Revolution.
Film: Farmers for America
Please join us March 8 in Hopewell for a screening of Farmers for America with the Director, Graham Meriwether.
Organic Farming Research Conference
The day before the NOFA-NJ Winter Conference, the OFRF is holding their Organic Farming Research Conference at the same location. Click through for details!
Sweet Sourland Farm Tour
Please join NOFA-NJ for a tour of Sweet Sourland Farms and its maple sugaring operation on February 17.
NOFA-NJ 2018 Annual Meeting
Please save the date for NOFA-NJ’s Annual meeting, Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at the Duke Farms Orientation Center.
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
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NOFA-NJ’s Winter Conference 2018 was featured in an article published on Tapinto.net-New Brunswick edition! Our Winter Conference is the largest...
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The NRCS is now accepting grant applications for its Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) program. This funding awards innovation and conservation...
Food Animal Concerns Trust (FACT) is offering a mentorship opportunity for beginning livestock and poultry farmers seeking guidance from experts...
A recent article in USA Today, investigated food waste across America. On average, 31-40% of our food is thrown away...
Using farm waste such as tomato stems, seaweed, grass, and glass, the sustainable structure is the first to be made...
Agricultural justice ensures the health and safety of farm workers and their families. As farm workers are typically immigrants, it...
The Earth cannot accommodate our need and greed for food. We must change our diet before it’s too late, writes...
CULTIVATING ‘ANANDA’: JOY OF FARMING AND HEALTHY LIVING Here is a link to a wonderful summary of true sustainability in...
A recent study conducted in London tackles the “traveling salesman problem” of foraging bees. The “traveling salesman problem” is the...