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Organic Farmer

Support Local Agriculture

Support NOFA-NH

Your financial support helps us grow and continue our important community programs like the Winter Conference, Bulk Order, Organic Gardening Series, subsidized Farm Share Program, CRAFT on-farm workshops, webinars, film screenings, free monthly newsletter, book study, and so much more! It allows us to continue our work in educating consumers about the benefits of organic agriculture and to advocate for organic agriculture and sustainable, just, food systems at the state and federal policy level.


  NOFA-NH is a 501(c)3 organization, so your donation is tax-deductible.

Support Farmer Relief Fund

In the wake of devastating floods across southern NH and our neighbors in Vermont, farms throughout the state and region are experiencing unimaginable losses. NOFA-NH is committed to supporting our community during this incredibly difficult season. It's now more important than ever for all of us to show up for the folks who keep us fed! You can help farmers in your community who have been affected by donating to our Emergency Farmer Relief Fund, volunteering with local farms in their efforts to repair and rebuild post disaster, and by continuing to shop local.

If you are a farm looking for support or want to volunteer you can find more information on

the farmer relief webpage

Support NH Queer Farmer Network

The NH Queer Farmer Network is a fiscally sponsored program of NOFA-NH. This partnership allows the network to accept donations and receive grants.


This growing network provides support for, and builds connections between, queer farmers throughout New Hampshire, illuminating the community's existence, struggles, dreams, and gifts. Network programming to date has included on-farm gatherings, personal visits to and support conversations with farmers and farm workers, and a Holistic Management training course that centered queer perspectives. The support and connections made possible by this program have already been life-changing for many members of the NH queer farming community.

For more information about the network, to sign up for information emails, and/or to learn how to get involved contact

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