New Entry Food Hub provides market access to beginning farmers, market-based training, and produce aggregation and distribution services to a broad array of consumers. We operate a Community Supported Agriculture program, food access programs for limited resource individuals, and donate produce to food banks and pantries, transitional living centers, and other social service agencies. Learn more about our 2019 Food Hub operations and impact!
2.10.22 // 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Navigating E-Commerce Platforms: An Introduction to GrownBy and Food4All
Learn about the benefits of eCommerce platforms and dive deep into Grownby and Food4All platforms.
2.3.22 // 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Which E-Commerce Platform is Right for Me?
Join farmers and Food Hub leaders in a panel discussion of the pros and cons of E-Commerce platforms and glean experiences from the field.
11.11.21 // 6:00pm to 2.24.22 // 7:30pm
Agricultural Technology Platforms - Using technology to managing risk on the farm
Join us on Thursday evenings from November 2021 through February 2022 to learn from farmers and agricultural technology platforms about managing legal, financial, production, and marketing risks.
3.4.21 // 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Making Less Risky Business of Wholesale and Institutional Markets: A networking event and online course for growers and buyers in Eastern MA
This two-hour long event is an opportunity for growers and buyers to network alongside knowledgeable agricultural service providers to help participants: - Build relationships - Better understand costs/pricing - Comply with food safety requirements - Learn about developing contracts
1.12.21 // 6:00pm to 3.2.21 // 9:00pm
Winter Farm Business Planning Course (Registration Open)
The Farm Business Planning course is designed to help you create a written plan to start or expand your farm business.
2019 New Entry Food Hub Annual Report
- Digital Download