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Loving and Cooking with Your CSA with Blue Moon Acres!
April 8th, 2021, 6-7:15pm
In an extended celebration of National CSA Week, NOFA-NJ and Jammin’ Crepes are pleased to announce that every month on the second Thursday evening from April through September, we will offer an introduction to an NJ Organic Farm & its farmers, learn about their Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program, and cook from their Farm Share. The cooking class will be taught by Kim Rizk, NOFA-NJ Treasurer and Board member, and a co-owner of Jammin’ Crepes, a Princeton restaurant that is a celebration of our local, regional farms wrapped in a crêpe with an ever-changing menu that highlights the very best local ingredients at their peak of freshness. Tony Kennette will be filming our local farms and interviewing farmers. Kim will be preparing recipes that come from farm shares ad will inspire us to cook and eat more local organic.
Session 1 of our Grower & Farmer Series:
This workshop is an introduction to mushroom growing shared by Ayesha Dolassa of Noble Mushrooms. Join us for this fun-filled introduction to the world of mushrooms. Jacob and Ayesha started Noble Mushrooms in Bridgewater to produce the freshest locally grown mushrooms in New Jersey. For Jacob and Ayesha, mushrooms just make sense as they blend their interests in health, sustainability, and community.
Monday April 19, 2021 6-7:15PM
MORE COMING EVENTS
NOFA-NJ Community, we are excited to announce that we are able to publish coming events for the next 12 Months. We have worked to have classes for everyone, so we hope you will enjoy what we have planned. Monthly Organic Open House (Last Wednesday of the month from...
Rodale Institute, in partnership with Organic Farmers Association, offers a micro-grant program specifically targeted to support small-scale BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) farmers, whether organic, transitioning to organic, or an aspiring organic farmer....
The Senate is now debating the $1.9 billion covid relief package, which includes some BIPOC farmer assistance. Those provisions are based on a bill the Booker, Warnock et al introduced recently. Here’s a quick summary of the Ag and Nutrition provisions of the bill. ...
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