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Talleres Por Agricultores – Nuestras Raices

24 Jones Ferry Rd, Holyoke

¡Nuestras Raíces está comenzando el segundo año de Nuestros Finqueros Empresas de Formación este més! En nuestro primer taller aprenderemos sobre como germinar semillas dentro de su casa. Este taller será en Marzo 25 desde las 10 - 11:30 AM en la Finca, a 24 Jones Ferry Rd., Holyoke.  Para solicitar, llene este formulario Talleres […]


Family Farm Days – Cultivating for Community

The Food Bank Farm 32 Shattuck Rd, Hadley, MA, United States

The Food Bank and Kestrel Land Trust will be hosting Family Farm Days throughout the growing season on The Food Bank’s community engagement farm, Cultivating for Community. Families will learn about regenerative farming practices and The Food Bank’s mission to community food security. Volunteer activities include planting seedlings, maintaining farm beds, harvesting, and taking a […]


Soil Health Call: Walking through the Seasons with Dan Kittredge

Nature’s Way Farm North Brookfied, MA, United States

How are your farming practices affecting soil and plant health throughout the seasons?

Join us at the farm of Bionutrient Food Association founder, Dan Kittredge, in North Brookfield MA for a series of 4 full day workshops to walk through the practices he uses to maintain a thriving ecological system each season.


Pollinator Monitoring and Habitat to Support Pollinators and Reduce Pests on Blueberry Farms 

Cedar Circle Farm & Education Center 225 Pavillion Road, Thetford, VT, United States

Register here! Pollinator Monitoring and Habitat to Support Pollinators and Reduce Pests on Blueberry Farms — Join Cedar Circle Farm, the Vermont Vegetable and Berry Growers Association, University of Vermont Extension, Vermont Center for Ecostudies, and the Gund Institute at this free hands-on workshop to increase your understanding of wild pollinators, their habitat, and pest considerations […]


Farmers Circle with The Southern New England Farmers of Color Collaborative


Farmer Circles are peer learning communities for farmers interested in discussing a certain topic in an informal, supportive environment. Each circle meets for at least 12 hours over the course of about one year and is facilitated by another farmer with interest in the subject. There are no teachers or students  in the circles, just […]


Soil Health Bi-Monthly Call – NOFA/Mass


We are excited to invite you to our bimonthly Soil Health Calls! These calls are designed to provide a platform for farmers, researchers, and experts to share their knowledge, experiences, and insights on soil health. Our aim is to create a community of like-minded individuals who are passionate about improving soil health. Our calls will […]


Owl’s Head Farm – Birds, Bees, and Beneficial Bugs in Our Livestock Systems

Owl’s Head Farm 263 Blueberry Farm Road, Richmond, Vermont

Join UVM Extension specialists for a farm tour to learn about ways to enhance bird, bee and beneficial insect habitats in your rotational grazing systems. Owl’s Head Farm Friday, June 9, 10 a.m. − 12 p.m. 263 Blueberry Farm Road, Richmond, VT Registration: Call or email Kelsie Meehan at 802-656-4829 or To request a […]


Catalyzing Agroforestry in the Hudson Valley and Beyond

Stone Ridge Orchard 3012 New York 213, Stone Ridge, NY, United States

Farmers, land stewards, agricultural professionals, climate leaders, and policy makers are invited to connect with each other to grow support for agroforestry as a natural climate solution, both locally in the Hudson Valley more widely throughout the country. Agroforestry, or the intentional integration of trees on farmland, is recognized as a key agricultural climate change […]