Events

Throughout the year, New Entry holds dozens of classes, advanced workshops, online trainings, farm tours and field trainings for beginning and established farmers, Food Hub customers, and the general public. Almost all of our events require some form of pre-registration, but most are free or very low-cost to attend. Filter our events below by your area of interest and then let us know you're coming. We can't wait to see you!

5.2.18 // 6:00pm to 9:00pm

CSA Meet and Greet!

Want to learn more about New Entry's Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program? Come join us at Night Shift Brewing for an informal Q&A and signup session. We will be set up in the main taproom and will be having a raffle to support our Food Access Work!

5.3.18 // 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Explore Farming Workshop

This free two-hour workshop and discussion is designed to help you start thinking about farming and how you can get involved in the local food system. We will discuss the basics of starting a farm business - and whether or not it is right for you. We will also talk about alternative roles that people can play within our local food system that go beyond farming.

5.22.18 // 10:00am to 4:00pm

SNAP Registration For Farmers and Food Vendors in MA and RI

Join New Entry, Mass. Dept. of Transitional Assistance, Mass Dept. of Agricultural Resources, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture to learn about accepting SNAP benefits, WIC coupons, and Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) coupons at your stand or mobile market. Registration will be open all day for your on the spot USDA SNAP vendor license. These services are available for farmers in both MA and RI. Make this the year that you increase your sales while helping those who need it the most! To register and for questions please contact: cyrena.thibodeau@tufts.edu This event is made possible by funding from the Farmers Market Promotion Program and through the generosity of Round the Bend Farm

6.11.18 // 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Explore Farming Workshop

This free two-hour workshop and discussion is designed to help you start thinking about farming and how you can get involved in the local food system. We will discuss the basics of starting a farm business - and whether or not it is right for you. We will also talk about alternative roles that people can play within our local food system that go beyond farming.