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Free monthly webinar series: Inspiring ideas from the field

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This article comes from the NOFA/Massachusetts 2017 July Issue Newsletter

By Anna Muhammad

NOFA/Mass has started another year of our “Inspiring Ideas from the Field” monthly webinar series. The series started in April and will feature presenters on soil carbon sequestration, biochar, no-till farming, urban gardening techniques such as bio-intensive growing, and other topics from our in-the-field experts. This year we’ve added Food Access topics to bring attention to urban farming and gardening work that is bringing healthy food to communities that struggle with food security issues.

All webinars take place on the last Tuesday of the month 7-8pm and are free to everyone.

Here are some upcoming webinars:

  1. July 25: Soil Carbon Farming for Homesteaders with Sharon Gensler
  2. August 29: Bio-Intensive growing for Gardeners and the History of Tuskegee University
  3. October 31: Highest Quality Food Production with No Till, Cover Crops, and Animals in Rotation with Julie Rawson

For videos of past webinars, to get access codes to upcoming webinars and to see the 2017 webinars as they’re announced, visit our website: www.nofamass.org/inspiring-ideas.

NOFA Mass would like to thank the following sponsors for their support: New Entry Sustainable Farming Project, Lancaster Agriculture, Frontier Co-op and UMASS Risk Management/Crop Insurance Education Program and a special thank you to Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy for providing access to Webex.

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