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!

9.15.18 // 5:30pm to 8:30pm

New Entry's 20th Anniversary Celebration

Join New Entry friends from both near and far for a delicious farm-to-table dinner - in the field - as we celebrate 20 years of growing new farmers and building a resilient food system.

10.29.18 // 1:00pm to 10.30.18 // 5:00pm

Agriculture Apprentice Learning Network (AgALN) Annual Gathering

We are excited to bring together the Agriculture Apprenticeship Learning Network (AgALN) and celebrate the progress our partners have made over the past year. We’ll explore the challenges ahead and opportunities for expanded action, plus highlight efforts underway to strengthen Apprenticeship Training programs across the country. We are building new connections to empower programs and farm and ranch mentors to improve their practical training skills and enhance next generation farmer outcomes. This year's gathering will be at Hotel Albuquerque as a pre-conference to the 2018 Regenerate Conference. We will be offering farm tours, interactive sessions and workshops, and lots of opportunities to network and learn from organizations around the country.

11.5.18 // 8:00am to 11.7.18 // 8:00pm

2018 NIFTI Field School

Save the Date for the 2018 NIFTI National Field School! This conference supports professional development and network building for incubator farm project staff from across the country. The Field School was structured around interactive workshops, facilitated resource review sessions and regional networking and goal-setting opportunities. A farm tour of the Agriculture and Land Based Training Association introduced participants to the work of one of the oldest incubator projects in the United States.