Updates

7.24.14 // Noelle Fogg

New Guide: Best Practices for Farming Multiple Plots

A plain language guide addressing issues you need to think about when renting multiple parcels of land from other people, including advantages and disadvantages to this type of land tenure and how your farm business can be successful in the long term.

7.17.14 // Staff

Volunteer Profile: Abby Jensen

Abby is tackling the important task of tracking down the nearly 200 alumni of New Entry's Farm Business Planning Course.

(Boston Globe/Dina Rudick)

6.23.14 // Staff

Farming in the City, Part 2

The Boston Globe looks at urban farming in Boston, including New Entry's partnership with the Urban Farming Institute.

6.16.14 // Jennifer Hashley

Farming in the City

New Entry has partnered with the Urban Farming Institute of Boston to teach potential food producers from Roxbury and Dorchester the basics of farm business planning in the city.

5.16.14 // Sam Anderson

A Week in the Life: Eero

A look at a typical week - to the extent that such a thing exists - in the life of a New Entry staff member. This week: Eero Ruuttila, Technical Assistance Coordinator.

5.15.14 // Kate Petcosky

Last Chance to Register!

Don't miss out on the opportunity to enjoy farm fresh, local, sustainable fruits, veggies, eggs, and coffee with World PEAS this season. Sign up by May 31st in order to be able to collect your small, large, or egg share on the first week of deliveries, June 10, 11 and 12.

5.14.14 // Jennifer Hashley

Join the New Entry Team! Now hiring a Beginning Farmer Resource Coordinator

New Entry is seeking a full-time, year-round position to provide technical assistance (TA) and training to small-scale beginning farmers, both on and off the field, on multiple aspects of farm enterprise development. This position will also manage our statewide Beginning Farmer Network of Massachusetts, work with partners and strengthen support services for new farmers statewide.

5.9.14 // Kate Petcosky

World PEAS Offers Egg Shares!

World PEAS is excited to announce that EGG shares will be available for the 2014 season. Enjoy weekly deliveries of farm fresh, local eggs from pasture-raised chickens.

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