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

Online Webinar Series

Monthly WebinarInspiring Ideas from Experts in the Field
Free Bi-Monthly Phone/Web Workshop Series

Learn about new enterprises, techniques and management practices used by successful farmers operating in Massachusetts and similar regions across the country.  With just one hour per month you can invest in your professional development from wherever you are at no cost.

Next Webinar: 

Farming for Biodiversity: Designing Pollination Systems to Sustain Native Wildlife, Tuesday, Jan. 28th 7pm

Wild pollination systems are degrading rapidly, raising concern over an impending ecological catastrophe. Yet most efforts to create pollinator habitat have only increased common species, rather than the range of wild pollinators needed for ecosystem health and resiliency. In this webinar we will explore the critical role of plant selection in designing and planning for pollinators. We'll break down the science behind crop as well as native plant pollination; explore the crucial role that native pollinators play in food security, ecosystem health and climate resiliency; and take a deep dive into farmscape design for native pollinators.

More Information here.

Mark Your Calendars!  Last Tuesday of Every Month, 7:00-8:00pm

  • Cooking dinner with the delicious products from your farm? Bring your laptop into the kitchen so you can watch while you cook.
  • Hanging out with your co-apprentices after a long day in the field? Take an hour to watch and participate in the workshop and discuss after.
  • Can’t make it? We will record as many workshops as possible and archive on this page.

 Our new online workshop series has two main goals:

  1. Provide high quality, high level farm management education that is easily accessible to everyone

  2. Introduce new and experienced growers to topics relating to farm management that will increase efficiency, profitability, soil health and quality of life.

Special Thanks to New Entry Sustainable Farming Project and Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, for providing access to the WebEx software used to host these online workshops

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