NOFA-NH’s 20th Annual Winter Conference Addresses NH Food System Resilience

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Date(s) - 02/06/2022 - 02/12/2022
12:00 am



The Northeast Organic Farming Association of NH is proud to present its twentieth Annual Winter Conference, “Collaboration & Self-Reliance: Building a Stronger NH Food System,” to be held virtually over the course of a week, February 6-12, 2022. As climate change impacts food production and poses a threat to the future of our food system, working together as a community and learning to be more self-reliant will be integral to the achievement of food system resilience in the Granite State, ensuring that we are able to withstand and recover from any possible crisis or disruption in the future. 

The schedule will be packed with over 20 workshops and panel discussions, a keynote speech, virtual Green Market Fair, and more. Throughout the week, workshops will address a range of topics for farmers, gardeners, eaters, and educators—from growing practices, food preservation, and business advice to creating an equitable regional food system, and more.  

Join supporters of the local, organic movement as we learn from experts and think critically about the future our food system in the Granite State as we anticipate the arrival of spring and our next growing season. 

Conference registration includes 20+ live sessions and exclusive access to all recordings for 3 months after the event. This year, NOFA-NH is offering multiple price points to help make the conference more accessible to all, and full scholarships are available.  

Location: Online, via Zoom 

Tickets: Register by January 2nd for early bird pricing: $35-65. NOFA & MOFGA Members save 20%. 

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[The Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire (NOFA-NH) actively promotes regenerative, ecologically sound gardening, farming and land care practices for healthy communities. We help people build local, sustainable healthy food systems].  

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