Fall into Fall With NOFA Programs

As we move into Fall, NOFA/RI moves inside with some great workshops and seminars.  Check out our programs below and click the link provided for more details.

Cost: $15 NOFA members; $25 Non-members.  Register here.

More people and communities are looking to live without chemicals and their negative impacts to health and the environment, but that doesn’t mean we have to give up on a beautiful landscape. Learn easy ways to transition to an organically based program.  This program is geared to professionals, but will appeal to homeowners too.

Our presenter, Frank Crandall, is a NOFA Accredited Organic Land Care Professional and a NOFA OLC instructor.  Frank has spent years working in the land care profession, and has authored several books in the basics of OLC.  His most recent book, “Global Warning” Saving Our Future” outlines how our everyday actions in our yards and gardens can make a difference to climate change.

2019 NOFA/RI Winter Conference
Sunday March 3

NEW LOCATION: Audubon Education Center, Bristol RI

Sunday March 3, 2019 is our 6th annual conference and we’re excited to announce we’re moving 1 mile down the street to the Audubon Education Center in Bristol.
We will still have a full day of workshops with nationally recognized speakers in organic and sustainable agriculture as well as influential speakers from across Rhode Island and southeast New England, networking sessions, our annual meeting and a delicious potluck meal. We’re busy working to plan a Winter Conference that will have something for everyone, be they a gardener, farmer or fan of organic foods.