NOFA Tri-state Bulk Order Deadline


Do you buy cover crop seed, fertilizers, mineral amendments, compost, potting soil, potato and allium seed? Would you like to save money on those items? If so, the bulk order might be perfect for you. Prior to the spring growing season, NOFA/Mass organizes a bulk order with popular suppliers, for distribution at sites around MA/CT/RI. Take advantage of significant savings through group purchasing power and collective shipping, while helping NOFA support organic practices throughout the region.

2022 Winter Conference

Register Here   Join NOFA/RI for our 10th Annual Winter Conference, an all-day virtual event featuring a deep dive into the promises and practices of regenerative agriculture. Regenerative Agriculture claims to offer solutions to our agricultural and land care problems, including soil erosion and depletion, weed and pest abundance, and nutrient supply and availability. Regenerative […]


Composting, Worms & Gardening with Monique Bosch


Composting, Worms & Gardening with Monique Bosch June 28, 2022 5:00 – 6:00 PM Virtual via Zoom | Wiggle Room, Lafayette St, Bridgeport, CT 06604 Monique Bosch, the owner of Wiggle Room, will give a presentation on the benefits of vermicomposting. The presentation will also compare and contrast other compost practices, and how to know […]

BIG TRAIN FARM On-Farm Workshop

Big Train Farm 1012 Snake Hill Road, N. Scituate, RI

On-farm Workshop with owner John Kenney September 12th, 2022 N. Scituate, RI Details forthcoming (please check this space for time and location detail – please ignore the “time” that is listed here until closer to the event as it is subject to change)

ROOTS FARM On-Farm Workshop

Roots Farm 17 East Rd, Tiverton, RI

Roots Farm On-farm Workshop with owners Kelli & Mike Roberts September 25th, 2022 Tiverton, RI On-Farm Workshop with owners Kelli & Mike Roberts. Tiverton, RI. Kelly and Mike Roberts of Roots Farm will share their expertise in No-Till farming methods. In addition, the workshop will delve into bed layout and shaping, weed management & cultivation, […]

Racial Equity at the NOFA Interstate Council: Where are we at and how can we grow?

September 30, 2022, 9:00-11:00am Racial Equity at the NOFA Interstate Council: Where are we at and how can we grow? Audience: NOFA Interstate Council and IC Policy Committee Members This is an introductory conversation to delve deeper into conversations around active racial equity work within the NOFA Interstate Council. Racism impacts our conferences, grant collaborations, […]

Soil Health and Microscopy with Monique Bosch

Hillandale Farm 6 Haversham Road, Westerly, RI

Join Monique Bosch as she takes us on a deep dive, zooming in 400X magnification, to check out the beneficial microbes that live in our healthy soils. We’ll learn how to identify these microbial critters, and how to increase their numbers in our soils, so that we can grow the healthiest plants and most nutritious food.


Racial Equity in Organic Certification

October 14, 2022, 9:00-11:00am Racial Equity in Organic Certification Audience: All NOFA staff and board As proponents of organic agriculture, we would like organic food and farming to be available to everyone, and our Farm Share program is a helpful start. However, a long history of systemic racism in the food system creates barriers to […]

Racial Equity On Your Farm

November 18th, 2022, 9:00-11:00am Racial Equity on your Farm Audience: NOFA staff and board, Farm Share collaborators, organic farmers As we plan for the 2023 season with an expanded Farm Share program across the 7 NOFA states, we aim to build racial equity into all aspects of the program. This workshop is an opportunity for […]

A Future of Food Security for All – with Special Guest Ira Wallace


How can we develop systems to build community resilience, grow local agriculture, improve access to nutrient-dense food, share growing spaces, and mitigate climate disruptions?

All seven state chapters of the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) have been working to develop food security programs and learning opportunities to address these questions.

2023 NOFA/Mass Winter Conference Keynote Speaker, Ira Wallace, of Southern Exposure Seed Exchange, will discuss the importance of food security and how seed saving continues to play an important role in feeding our communities.

This is a free event.