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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 promoting organic, regenerative, ecologically sound farming, gardening, eating, and land care practices for healthy communities. We help people build local, just, and sustainable food systems.  

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2024 Bulk Order Deadline Extended to February 29th!

Place Your Order Today!

Calling all farmers and gardeners: NOFA-NH’s annual Spring Bulk Order is a collective buying program for organic farming and gardening supplies. No minimum order. No shipping charges. You don’t have to be a NOFA-NH member to order, but members pay even less. Save on supplies and support NOFA-NH at the same time!


Shop online at through February 29th or download the paper form at and mail it to NOFA-NH at 84 Silk Farm Road, Concord, NH 03301 by February 25th. Pickup will be in Andover, Weare, & Rochester NH March 23 & 24, 2024.

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Winter Transition to Organic Partnership Program (TOPP) Applications are Open!

Now is the time to GO ORGANIC! The Transition to Organic Partnership Program (TOPP) is launching another opportunity to help farmers transition their farm to organic production, add acreage or add a new type of production to existing organic farms.
TOPP offers one-to-one mentorship with experienced organic farmers along with partner organizations, community building, technical assistance and workforce development programming to support your transition to organic.


Sign up by February 29, 2024, at to start in March!


Annual Meeting Recording

The 2024 annual meeting was held virtually on January 31st. Operations Director, Nikki Kolb, and key board members gave a recap of 2023, financial breakdown from the previous fiscal year, a call to action, policy updates and more. View the recording to get an overview of 2023 and look forward to what is ahead in 2024.

Thank you to all our members for your continued support. We are excited for 2024 and working together to continue building the food system we dream of. 

Recording Link Here

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Briefing on Organic Certification Services in NH

NOFA-NH is continuing to advocate for the organic farming community and to support stakeholders surrounding the future of organic certification in the state. We developed a Briefing on Organic Certification Services in New Hampshire to provide details to the community on actions to date, including proposed legislation, stakeholder survey results, an update from NHDAMF, and an update on the NOFA-NH organic certification satellite office option.


Read the full briefing here.

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The True Cost of Goods: How Much Does Your Food Really Cost?

How much does your food really cost? This question has come up frequently as we have seen prices fluctuating in recent years.


The NOFA-NH Education Committee will be running a series exploring the complicated subject of the cost of goods. Follow along and learn how market pricing typically obscures the wider impacts of food production and the health value of the resulting food. 


You can download and read each installment below:

June Column | July ColumnOctober Column | January Column

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NOFA-NH's 2022 Impact Report

We are pleased to share with you NOFA-NH's 2022 Impact Report! 


Explore NOFA-NH's successes and lessons learned in 2022, a year full of celebration, growth, and program expansion. Thank you all for your continued support of NOFA-NH and for working with us to build healthy, sustainable, just and organic food systems. 


Our work would not be possible without the help and support of this vibrant community! We hope you enjoy diving into everything we accomplished in 2022. We look forward to co-creating even more good with you all in 2023!

Download the Report

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NOFA's 2023 Farm Bill Principles Platform

The farm bill is an omnibus bill (i.e. a package of legislation combined into one bill) passed roughly once every five years. This bill includes the bulk of the federal legislation that relates to agriculture, food, and the food system. As such, it has a massive impact on how food is grown, sold, distributed, and bought in this country.

The current farm bill expires in September 2023, and a new farm bill is expected to be passed later this year. Learn more about NOFAs platform for the upcoming bill and how you can get involved by visiting our Farm Bill webpage.

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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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