Category: News

NOFA NJ’s New Home
February 12, 2020February 14, 2020
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NOFA NJ’s New Home

It’s been nearly 15 years since NOFA NJ moved to 334 River Road, a Duke Farms property. We have enjoyed our time at Duke Farms’ beautiful home, in its peaceful and easily accessible Hillsborough location. We have deep gratitude to Michael Catania for his long- time support, and Duke Farms and the Doris Duke Foundation...

Native Pollinators in NJ
January 11, 2020January 22, 2020
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Native Pollinators in NJ

Using Native Pollinators to Boost Yields in Your Yard, Garden or Farm While Aiding Our Fragile Ecosystem Here in the Garden State BY RICHARD SKELLY WEST WINDSOR, NJ — All of us who are dedicated to organic growing practices and sustainable and regenerative agriculture could take a lesson from young Aiden Wang.  The 12-year-old, a...

Opinion | To Nurture Nature, Neglect Your Lawn – The New York Times
April 16, 2019January 6, 2020
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Opinion | To Nurture Nature, Neglect Your Lawn – The New York Times

We’re so happy to see this article, and to hear from NJ landowners who are seeking organic land care, avoiding “fields of poison”. To quote Margaret Renkl, the author, “Nature has been trying to make this point for a while now.” Please click the hyperlink after the word “Source” below to read the full article...

Home on the Farm
April 5, 2019January 6, 2020
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Home on the Farm

Maya Eashwaran’s “Home on the farm: what drew Hopewell farmers to the agricultural life” is an excellent article about four farmers in Hopewell, New Jersey working to bring awareness to the importance of organic and regenerative agriculture. Each in their own way is exploring and sharing innovative ideas to advance the idea that responsible, soil-based...

CSA Sign-Up Month is February
February 16, 2019February 16, 2019
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CSA Sign-Up Month is February

Support your family’s health, your local farmer, your local community and reduce your carbon footprint by joining one of our region’s many CSAs. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) members form a community that supports their local farm in return for a steady supply of farm-grown products. Each CSA is different, ranging from ones with drop-off services...