Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire

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19th Annual NOFA-NH Winter Conference:
Grow Well, Eat Well

Our 19th annual Winter Conference is going virtual! On Saturday and Sunday, February 13-14, 2021, join us for a keynote speech, workshops, and community discussions focused on Cultivating Stewardship: Health, Harmony and Resilience. Learn more about the 2021 Conference here.

The CRAFT* of Farming

Our 2020 CRAFT Program is providing virtual learning opportunities for farmers, aspiring farmers, farm workers, and food-aware members of the public. In live Zoom webinars, attendees will learn from experienced growers, share with peers, acquire technical education and build social support. The program is expanding in 2020! We are offering six tours from July to October.

Learn More & Register!

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Feeding the Family Organic Gardening Series


Organic Farmer and NOFA-NH’s Leading Gardener of the Year Ron Christie led organic gardening workshops at the Massabesic Audubon Center in Auburn, NH.

Learn More Here!

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NOFA-NH Farm Share Program


The Farm Share Program connects low-income NH individuals, families, and seniors with certified organic NOFA-NH member farms to provide them with reduced cost community supported agriculture (CSA) shares consisting of a season's worth of local, fresh farm products. Since 2017, 13 certified organic partners have provided discounted CSA shares to 140+ low-income NH residents.

Learn More Here!

2020 Spring Bulk Order


NOFA-NH's annual Spring Bulk Order is a collective buying program for organic farming and gardening supplies.

Thank you to our 2020 customers and host pick-up sites Belletetes, Country Three Corners, and Spaulding Industrial complex. 

Learn More Here!

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Fundamentals of Organic Lawn Care Workshops

The Merrimack County Conservation District and NOFA-NH hosted three FREE workshops presented by Britt Phillips, owner of Complete Land Organics. Attendees learned that creating a sustainable, healthy, chemical free lawn begins with understanding what is happening biologically in the soil to take the next step to a healthy and sustainable lawn.

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NOFA Cost of Production Project

NOFA-NH, NOFA/MASS, and NOFA-VT worked with 30 organic vegetable farmers to determine the cost of production of vegetable crops commonly grown in the Northeast. Funded by a USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant, this project developed tools, provided technical assistance, and aggregated data into factsheets to support farmers’ production planning and assist them in increasing the profitability of their farm businesses.

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Film Screenings & Panel Discussions

Learn more about NOFA-NH's film screenings and panel discussions.
Food Solutions Forum

The Food Solutions Forum brought farmers, fishermen, small business owners, food workers, producers, advocates, scientists, presidential candidates and the public together for a non-partisan discussion of food and agriculture. 

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Education & Activism


NOFA-NH is dedicated to building a community of organic food activists and educated consumers to help support New Hampshire's local organic farming community. Organic farming is important to creating a sustainable future because the practices of organic agriculture help to reverse climate change, restore vitality to the soil, and build healthy communities for all living creatures. 


We recognize that more resources and greater education is needed to help farmers, gardeners, and consumers learn to work together to build a support network. In an age of industrial agriculture, we're working to re-establish a shared sense of pride and participation in a community-based food system that links local farmers with local consumers, and rewards them both equally.

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NH Gleans


From 2013–20, NOFA-NH participated in NH Gleans, a network of organizations increasing the availability of fresh and local produce distributed through food pantries, soup kitchens, community suppers and schools in NH. Gleaning Coordinators and volunteers harvest food from farms and farmers markets that have not been distributed or sold, and donate them to organizations supplying food to community members in need.


Learn More Here!

We need your help to build a strong organic community in NH! 

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Northeast Organic Farming Association of NH (NOFA-NH)

84 Silk Farm Road, Concord, NH 03301

(603) 224-5022

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