Grow Well, Eat Well

The Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire (NOFA-NH) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to building a community of organic food activists and educated consumers to help support New Hampshire's local organic farming community. 

Contact Us

Office Hours:

By appointment only. Please email or call us first to schedule.


Phone: (603) 224-5022

Email: info@nofanh.org

Please note that staff are working remotely and are available by phone or email Monday-Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

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What's Happening at NOFA-NH?
Programs & Events
Organic Gardening Workshop Series
Our "Feeding the Family" Organic Gardening Workshop Series offers tips for new and experienced gardeners seeking to feed themselves and their families. Learn about garden planning, healthy soils, pests and diseases, container gardening, building raised beds and much more in this 15 class gardening series!
Attend 1, 2, 3 or all classes in the series, weekly from February 23 to April 27 and monthly from June to October.

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Thank You for a Great Winter Conference!

Thank You to our Speakers, Sponsors, Exhibitors, Staff, Board of Directors, and Attendees for helping us kick off NOFA's 50th year! The weekend made us feel connected, energized and inspired! Workshop recordings have been made available to all ticket holders. Please contact us if you have not received the links. 


If you haven’t already, please check out our virtual Exhibitor Fair for product discounts, as well as our Winter Conference Book Store hosted by MainStreet BookEnds of Warner where you can get copies of the books by our author speakers and others. Both the Exhibitor Fair and Book Store will remain open throughout the year, and 20% of book sale proceeds will go back to support NOFA-NH. 

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Dear Friends of NOFA-NH,


We hope you and your loved ones are healthy and well. In this uniquely challenging time, NOFA-NH is continuing the work of our fifty-year history to create resilient food systems across New Hampshire and the Northeast. But we can't do it without you. Our shared commitment to New Hampshire’s organic and sustainable farmers, producers, food workers, land care providers, activists and eaters is more important than ever. Here are a few ways you can help NOFA-NH strengthen our community:


  • Become a NOFA-NH member, renew your membership, or give the gift of membership.

  • Make a donation, and/or donate to a specific program.

  • Volunteer on our Board of Directors or one of our Committees.​

NOFA-NH is an important source of education, promotion, and healthy food for so many. Your support is vital to our mission in every season.


Yours in Good Health and Healthy Food,


Resources to Help Our Community Cope With COVID-19:


  • Check out our Resources Page dedicated to information and opportunities for all members of our food system in response to COVID-19.

  • Our Organic Farm and Food Map featuring NH’s certified organic farmers and producers enables residents to search for organic crops and livestock in their community, support their neighbors, and purchase hyper-local food.

  • View our existing Resources Page for farmers, gardeners, educators, and eaters.

  • Peruse our E-newsletter Archive for information on past programs, policy initiatives, educational resources, and more.

A Note About The Natural Farmer Quarterly Publication

NOFA-NH is one of 7 state chapters of the Northeast Organic Farming Association and the NOFA Interstate Council. The Interstate Council provides coordination between the chapters and acts as an umbrella organization for projects of collective interest to NOFA chapters. In addition, it is the publisher of The Natural Farmer (TNF). NOFA-NH members have likely already received the Winter 2020-2021 issue of The Natural Farmer. If you have objections to this issue regarding the content of Section B, titled “Special Supplement on Who Owns Science?” please refer to the following statement from the Interstate Council. You may also contact The Natural Farmer directly.