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NOFA-NH Announces Technical Program Free of Charge to NH Beginner Farmers

NOFA-NH Announces Technical Program Free of Charge to NH Beginner Farmers thumbnail The NHFMA would like to share a press release announced today by NOFA-NH: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Northeast Organic Farming Association of NH (NOFA-NH) New Technical Consultancy Program Available Free of Charge to All NH Beginner Farmers Concord, NH

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Opening Days for Summer Markets Around the State

Opening Days for Summer Markets Around the State thumbnail Wondering when and where farmers markets are opening around the state?  Here is a chronological list if you’d like to follow the chorus of member’s opening days as we move through May and June:

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Register Your 2014 Market Now with the MOST Looked At Directory Across the State

Register Your 2014 Market Now with the MOST Looked At Directory Across the State thumbnail The Dept. of Agriculture, Markets and Food has opened registration for the 2014 markets.  Every year the state produces a full listing of summer and winter markets, and it is the source of information referred to by

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On-Line Food Safety Course for NH Farmers’ Markets, Includes Certificate of Completion

On-Line Food Safety Course for NH Farmers’ Markets, Includes Certificate of Completion thumbnail The course entitled Food Safety: A Marketing Strategy for Farmers’ Markets is now available online, and it includes a Certificate of Completion! We are pleased to share an on-line course prepared by Alice Mullen of the UNH Cooperative Extension.  

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Our Mission

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The mission of the NHFMA is to educate the general public on the benefits of a healthy lifestyle acquired through locally grown agricultural products. We are dedicated to helping consumers understand the economic, social and ecological benefits of this lifestyle for themselves as well as for local farmers, growers and producers. The association seeks to educate local producers on best management practices and common operating procedures through a variety of means including workshops, seminars and multi-media. The NHFMA will work to provide the educational assistance, support and training that local producers need to provide healthy food in an ecologically sound manner. Through education and member participation, the NHFMA strengthens New Hampshire agriculture.