Fact sheet in record keeping for soil health based on the Jan.20 ag tech workshop.
11.5.23 // 12:00pm to 3:00pm
Join us for the 3rd Annual Pumpkin Smash! Bring your Halloween pumpkin to the farm on November 5th for a fun afternoon for the whole family!
7.12.23 // 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Are you interested in starting your own farm business but need to learn technical skills to get started, the Crop Production Course is for you! This 8-week online course covers essential topics related to sustainable crop production, enabling participants to grow food while caring for the soil at the farm or in the garden.
12.19.22 // 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Learn about different composting options to reduce waste and build valuable soil amendment!
10.20.22 // 10:00am to 2:00pm
Connect with New England Farmers of Color to expand your knowledge of climate-smart farming techniques!
- Digital Download
1.20.22 // 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Learn about record keeping platforms can help organize land and soil stewardship and support organic certification processes.
4.23.21 // 10:00am to 11:30am
Join representatives from New Entry, NSAC, and NRCS to learn about the NRCS Conservation Planning Process and Financial Assistance Programs
6.22.21 // 5:00pm to 10.12.21 // 6:30pm
Register today for our series of 5-week long workshops on crop production that cover everything from soil tillage in the spring to post-harvest handling in the fall. Second session (Summer Management) enrolling now - starts June 22!
5.19.20 // 4:00pm to 6.16.20 // 5:30pm
Workshop participants will learn basic horticulture principles and practices associated with organic vegetable production emphasizing soil health and regenerative agriculture systems. This workshop focuses on soil management, cultivation and tillage practices (including no-till), plant propagation, and crop planning. The value of soil organic matter and microbes will be discussed within the contexts of industrial and regenerative agriculture, exposing participants to broader issues in the food system.
- Digital Download
This guide can be used by trainers who want to assist pre-literate and/or English-as a second language-speaking farmers with including cover crops in vegetable production and other crop rotation schedules. It leads farmers through the process of sorting through the characteristics of specific cover crops to select the best one or mix of cover crops to meet their goals. It introduces farmers to a series of questions that they can answer throughout the growing season to evaluate the performance of the cover crops they have planted. Worksheets are provided so that trainers can assist farmers with this evaluation and with recording the results. Some data is specific to the Southeast region of the United States, but links to resources where data appropriate to other regions can be accessed are provided.This teaching resource was developed by Lauren Bailey of The Nashville Food Project in Nashville, TN in partnership with the Institute for Social and Economic Development (ISED Solutions).