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

Bulk Order Program

Welcome to the 2019 NOFA Tri-State Bulk Order!

“The NOFA Bulk Order deadline for placing online orders has been extended until 2/7/19.   You can continue to place orders at http://www.nofabulkorder.org until midnight on Thursday.  Thank you for your support.”

We are excited to announce that all items, including onion sets and tubers, will be available to pick up on the same day,

Saturday, April 13thIf you plan on starting your plantings before that, you can arrange to pick up compost and potting soils earlier – they will be available for pickup on Saturday, March 9th.  To arrange for early potting soil pickup, please contact your site coordinator.  We have the same fantastic sites and site coordinators as last year, which means there are locations across all of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.

Ordering can be accomplished via our bulk order website – www.nofabulkorder.org - where you can browse the bulk order items (even on your phone), place you order, and pay for it easily and securely.  You can also submit your order online without paying and mail a check (your order will be confirmed upon receipt of payment.  You can also place orders via our two-page, write-in order form.  Simply fill out the required fields, and mail your order form with payment to the NOFA/Mass office.  If using the write-in order form please note the three-digit item numbers after the description of each item.  You will need this number when filling out the order form.

Forms for 2019

Don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions – I’m happy to be of assistance.

Your Bulk Order Coordinator,
Barrie Anderson
bulkorder@nofamass.org
617-834-6883

Bulk Order Suppliers:
We are pleased to be working with the following suppliers:

PICKUP DATE is Saturday April 13 for all items.  Remember, pick up times and dates do vary among sites. If you need your compost and potting soil before the Pickup Date, you can arrange for an early potting soil/compost pickup day on March 9 – please contact your site coordinator to make arrangements.  See schedule below.About a week before pickup, we’ll e-mail you a reminder including any special instructions for your site. Please bring a copy of your order form to pick up and check all items before leaving. Any problems should be reported to your Site Manager and to the bulk order coordinator. You must pick up your order on the pickup date unless prior arrangements have been made with your Site Coordinator.


 Site Locations Map
 
 

 

  • Belchertown: NESFI, 275 Jackson St, Belchertown, MA
  • Barre: Many Hands Organic Farm, 411 Sheldon Rd, Barre, MA            
  • Charlestown, RI: Earth Care Farm, 89 Country Drive, Charlestown, RI
  • Dalton: Holiday Brook Farm, 100 Holiday Cottage Rd, Dalton, MA
    • Coordinator: Caro Roszell, 508-360-0874, caro@nofamass.org              
  • Essex, MA: Alprilla Farm, 94 John Wise Ave, Essex, MA    
  • Meriden, CT:  High Hill Orchard, 86 Fleming Rd, Meriden, CT
    • Coordinator: Wayne Young, 203-269-2921
  • Seekonk: Early Dawn Farm, 521 Prospect St, Seekonk, MA
  • Waltham: Waltham Fields Community Farm, 240 Beaver St, Waltham, MA
  • West Wareham: Progressive Grower, 81 Charlotte Furnace Rd, West Wareham, MA
 

A Note for Certified Organic Farms:

Baystate Organic Certifiers has reviewed and allowed all items with a few exceptions, which are clearly noted near the price. Many items are Restricted and identified by asterisks * and other symbols; read section headers for details. Approvals differ by state. RI growers should check with their certifier.

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