The Massachusetts chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association. NOFA/Mass welcomes everyone who cares about food, where it comes from and how it’s grown

Growing Organically Since 1982

Inspiring Ideas from Experts in the Field Webinar Series

Integrating Beef Cattle on a Vegetable Farm Webinar

Integrating Beef Cattle on a Vegetable Farm Webinar

Tevis Robertson-Goldberg of Crabapple Farm in Chesterfield, MA shares tips for managing rotational grazing and balancing the needs of a healthy heard with the demands of a diversified vegetable farm.

Trialing No-Till Systems in the Market Garden Webinar

Trialing No-Till Systems in the Market Garden Webinar

Reducing tillage on your farm can preserve and enhance the microbial ecosystem, improving soil tilth, moisture retention and nutrient availability for your crops.

The Lean Farm: Tips and Tricks for Organizing Your Farm Webinar

The Lean Farm: Tips and Tricks for Organizing Your Farm Webinar

Sometimes less is more. Learn organization strategies from Ben Hartman of Iowa’s Claybottom Farm. Ben an experienced farmer who has improved his farm management based on Lean principals, originally designed by the Japanese auto industry.

BioChar on a No Till Farm Webinar

Inspiring Ideas from the Field - BioChar on a No Till Farm

In this webinar, Dan Pratt from Astarte Farms, showcases how BioChar along with cover cropping and no till work on his organic farm in Hadley.

Carbon Farming on a Homestead Webinar

Inspring Ideas From Experts In the Field Carbon Farming on a Homestead

Sharon Gensler, NOFA MASS Carbon Soil Outreach Coordinator, talks about the results from using carbon farming techniques on her homestead. Sharon discusses the uses of cover crops, keeping soil covered and how these practices aide in carbon sequestration.

 

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