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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. 

What's Happening at NOFA-NH?
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Register for Our 21st Annual Winter Conference

This year’s conference is set to take place in-person and online on Saturday, February 11, 2023 at Southern NH University and our theme is The Art of Food and Farming: Skill Sharing for a Brighter Future. We can't wait for you to join us to hone our skills and cultivate community resilience.

Registration is officially open! NOFA and MOFGA members save $20 on in-person registration! 


To learn more about our conference schedule, many exciting workshops, keynote address and more, and to register, click here.

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Our Bulk Order Store is Open!

NOFA-NH's annual Spring Bulk Order is a collective buying program for organic farming and gardening supplies. Small-scale gardeners and large-scale farmers can participate. ​There are many items to choose from and special orders are happily accepted. No minimum purchase required. No shipping charges.

Bulk Order Product Include: Soil Amendments - minerals and fertilizers, Potting Soil and Compost, Pest & Weed Control Products, Organic Cover Crop Seed, Farming & Gardening Supplies, Seeding Starting Supplies, Animal Nutrition and More.

Shop online or fill out the paper form and mail it to NOFA-NH, 84 Silk Farm Road, Concord, NH 03301.​ ORDER DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 21, 2023. Learn More Here.


House Education Committee Vote Feb 1: Local Food for Local Schools Reimbursement Program, House Bill 487-FN

House Bill 487-FN, the Local Food for Local Schools Reimbursement program is an incentive purchase program for New Hampshire school districts that participate in the National School Lunch program. If passed by the 2023 New Hampshire legislature, participating schools can spend $3,600 of their federal school lunch funds on New Hampshire grown food and receive a $1,200 reimbursement from the state.

Join NH Farm to School advocates, parents, teachers, farmers, and community members that believe the Local Food for Local Schools Reimbursement program will provide students access to more local and nutritious fruits, vegetables, and other local foods, boosting youth health and wellness and agricultural viability. Learn about the many ways you can support HB 487-FN and email your legislators ahead of the vote February 1st.

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Announcing the 3rd Symposium of the Northeast Healthy Soil Network


Transitioning to More Regenerative Practices in the Northeast: Towards Inclusive and Fair Compensation for Farmers and Other Soil Health Stewards 

March 16-17, 2023 /In-Person at UNH Durham and Virtual

A consortium of research and farmer advocacy institutions have come together to host the next Symposium on healthy soils in the Northeast United States. This network consists of individuals across the region who are concerned about how farmers who are providing numerous ecosystem services (increasing soil health, sequestering carbon, enhancing healthy waterways) to their communities are benefitting from this service provision. 

This conference is focused on the current debates about climate smart commodities, regenerative agriculture, and carbon sequestration that are shaping our farming system in the Northeast. Learn more and register here.


Public Hearing on Ag. Commissioner's Reappointment Dec. 1

On Tuesday, November 22, 2022 the NH Executive Council voted to table Commissioner Shawn Jasper's renomination in a vote of 5-0. There will be a public hearing on his nomination for another term as Commissioner of Agriculture, Markets & Food on Thursday, December 1, 2022 at 12:45PM in the Executive Council Chamber, State House, 107 N. Main Street, Concord, NH.

NOFA-NH encourages our members, partners and friends to make your voices heard and submit a public comment in person or via email to

You can read NOFA-NH's official statement submitted to the Executive Council here

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NOFA's 2023 Farm Bill Principles Platform

The NOFA state chapters have developed six Farm Bill principles advocating for a Farm Bill that:


  1. Invests in and protects the integrity of organic and agroecological practices as a core solution to our climate and biological crises.

  2. Ensures fair treatment and just livelihoods for farmers and workers throughout the food and farming system.

  3. Invests in rural communities, increases fairness and resilience of local and regional supply chains and breaks up consolidation in agriculture.

  4. Centers racial justice across all programs and repairs past and ongoing racialized harm.

  5. Promotes food sovereignty for disadvantaged communities and ensures nutrition security for all.

  6. Eliminates the use of toxic substances on farmland and in our food system while supporting a just transition for farmers.

Read the full Farm Bill Principles document here

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Office Hours:

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


Phone: (603) 224-5022


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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