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Elena Colman, NOFA/Mass Beginning Farmer Mentorship Program Participant, and her partner Karl Goethert, were recently featured in a short video produced by the Boston Globe highlighting the increased interest in farming as a profession. To view the video click here. Elena and Karl founded Crooked Row Fields in 2013.
Today is race day! Thank you to everyone who participated in today’s event and helped NOFA/Mass to raise money to support our essential programming. Your donations have helped to support our educational workshops and conferences, our beginning farmers program, a raw milk initiative, food access work to underserved communities, soil carbon restoration using organic principles, and extensive policy work on topics such as GMO labeling, federal watchdogging and food safety.
Now that it's fall, it's time to get you registered for the 29th annual Winter Conference. Click here to register now. This year's workshop line-up will be better than ever, with 70 workshops to choose from throughout the day. Scholarships are available for beginning farmers. Discounts apply for all adult registrations purchased before the December 15th early bird deadline. The Winter Conference takes place at Worcester State University, on Saturday, January 16, 2016.