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Winter Conference Request for Proposals
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Want to present at the 2023 NOFA/Mass Winter Conference?

Saturday, January 14 – Sunday, January 15, 2023

Worcester State University, Worcester, MA and Online

Seeking presenter’s for the upcoming NOFA/Mass Winter Conference. This is a valuable opportunity for farmers, gardeners, homesteaders, educators, and environmentalists to share resources and ideas to grow our vibrant organic community. We are excited to come together around this winter’s theme, “Cooperative Foodways: Building Our Future Together.”

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Soil & Grower Technical Assistance Program

NOFA/Mass is a majority farmer-run organization and our staff have a wide range of experience and skills in soil health and fertility, organic certification, and best practices around remediating potentially contaminated soils. We offer affordable technical assistance including soil test analysis and input recommendations, soil health analysis, help navigating the organic certification process, and custom technical support.

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