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

Winter Conference

Saturday, 16 January 2016 (All day)
Worcester State University
Worcester, MA
Cost: Varies - See registration page.

Join us on January 16th, 2016 for our annual one-day conference, which features 70 workshops and exhibitors; keynote speeches with Ben Burkett, family farmer and coordinator of the Federation of Southern Cooperativeschildren’s conference and more. 

Submit a workshop proposal now, before the September 1st deadline. The conference draws about 1,000 people from Massachusetts and neighboring states.  Participants include seasoned and beginning farmers, urban homesteaders, backyard gardeners, food activists, and many other engaged learners.

Over the years, NOFA/Mass has presented a wide array of thoughtful, engaging and important keynote speakers, including Joel Salatin, Eliot Coleman, Michael Phillips, Jean Jeavons, Karen Washington, and Mark Shepard and Greg Judy.

 

Listen to the WICN Business Beat: Steve D'Agostino interviews keynoter, Greg Judy, and Conference Coordinator, Cathleen O'Keefe.  They talk about building a profitable farming business while caring for the health of the land.

Contact Us
Coordinator: Cathleen O'Keefe, wc@nofamass.org
Exhibits/Sponsorships: Bob Minnocci, bob@nofamass.org
Registration: Christine Rainville, christine@nofamass.org
Workshops: Stacie Brimmage, wcworkshops@nofamass.org

 

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