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!
An informal networking event where you can make valuable connections and learn from other farmers, landowners and agricultural service providers who can help you connect with land, capital and training resources - all while enjoying food and drinks!
You’re invited to pay a visit to our new home on historic Moraine Farm! Drop in and take a tour of the grounds, sample a few edibles from our incubator farmers and meet the people behind the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project. We’re very excited to be here so we hope you’ll come over and say hello!
Join us for our first ever combined NIFTI & AgALN Field School, November 4-6, 2019 in Ithaca, NY. Hosted by New Entry and Ground Swell Field School is a chance for farmer trainers and incubators to come together and participate in workshops, review sessions, goal setting and networking opportunities. Come learn from peers about how they run successful programs, gather ideas for your farms and programs, and spend time building relationships with people passionate about the work you do.
Check back soon for a call for workshop proposals and registration details!
Have you ever wondered what else our food system could look like? Or, maybe you’re working to make a new food system. If so, we’d love to have you at the 2019 Community Food System Conference
CFSC will be hosted in Savannah, Georgia by New Entry Sustainable Farming Project and Georgia Farmers Market Association, December 9-11, 2019. We’re excited to announce author and James Beard Award recipient Michael Twitty will act as our key note speaker and many other food system champions as panelists and workshop leaders. We're all excited to build on the momentum of the 2017 Community Food Systems Conference and GFMA’s Food for Thought Conference.
Please check back soon for updates on panels and workshops, as well as registration.