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Programs & Events

NOFA-NH offers a variety of programs throughout the year: Winter Conference, CRAFT Workshops, Spring Bulk Order, Feeding the Family Organic Gardening Series, the Farm Share Program, and a variety of educational programs. Learn about the various NOFA-NH programs below and click the links for more details!

Each winter, NOFA-NH hosts our annual Winter Conference, a convergence of the various stakeholders in the organic farming, gardening, and food movement in New Hampshire and beyond. Join us to learn from experts and think critically about the future our food system  as we anticipate the arrival of spring and our next growing season.

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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.


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, 16 partner farms have provided discounted CSA shares to 500+ low-income NH residents.


The Transition to Organic Partnership Program (TOPP) is investing up to $100 million over five years in cooperative agreements with non-profit organizations who will partner with others to provide technical assistance and wrap-around support for transitioning and existing organic farmers.

NOFA-NH is one of the Core Partners in TOPP along with the many other organizations in the region.

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Policy and Advocacy

NOFA-NH shares and acts on local and national opportunities to support sustainable, organic and regenerative agriculture, farmers and farmworkers, land access, climate resilience, an equitable food system, and more. Below is a list of our recent actions and other resources related to activism and the legislative process.


CRAFT stands for Collaborative Regional Alliances for Farmer Training. It is a national program focused on training for farmers, farm workers, interns and apprentices. CRAFT expands training beyond the individual farm by bringing farmers, farm workers, gardeners, homesteaders, students and consumers together at educational on-farm workshops to meet colleagues and learn new skills.

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Are you tending a garden for the first time, or have you been growing food for many years? NOFA-NH's "Feeding the Family" Organic Gardening Workshop Series offers instruction for new and experienced home growers seeking to build skills to feed themselves, their families and develop self-sufficiency. Knowledgeable speakers from near and far lead short informative workshops. Learn about how to improve a home growing system or start something new.

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In the spring of 2020, NOFA-NH partnered with the NH Food Bank, NH Farm Bureau, and NH Food Alliance to create a program providing locally grown food to those in need. This program connects food pantries with local farmers in their area to create partnerships and provide them with the funding to purchase more produce, fruit, dairy protein and more.

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NOFA-NH is working with NOFA Mass on the Pasa Climate-Smart Farming and Marketing Program. This program will provide funding and technical assistance to New Hampshire farmers who want to implement climate-smart practices, collect data on the impacts, and open up new markets.


Applications are available online.


Various Educational Workshops

Throughout the year NOFA-NH puts on various educational programs that meet the interests of our members or highlight something NOFA-NH staff and committees feel is important to provide education for. That includes film screenings, panels, webinars and more. Informational webpages are developed when programs are finalized. Check our website or sign up for our newsletter to stay the most informed about new learning opportunities. 


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