Throughout the year, New Entry holds dozens of classes, advanced workshops, online trainings, farm tours and field trainings for beginning and established farmers, World PEAS CSA 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 on the farm!

4.1.17 //

1:00pm to 4:00pm

Cabbige Workshop

Recordkeeping Technology for Your Farm In this workshop, Jessica Angell, founder of Cabbige, will discuss how to keep record-keeping simple, focus on your farm, and make the most of the data you collect. Topics covered will include: technologies that make record-keeping simple and useful, what data to focus on and how to use it, and how data analysis can improve your profitability. Attendees will receive 3 months of Cabbige for FREE. Registration Required

4.4.17 //

5:00pm to 7:00pm

Explore Farming Workshop

Free 2- hour workshop that helps you explore if starting a farm business is right for you!

4.6.17 //

1:00pm to 2:00pm

Record-Keeping Strategies for Organic Certification WEBINAR

This one hour online webinar, hosted by the New Entry Sustinable Farming Project and led by Laura Davis, will cover all you need to know about farm record-keeping for organic certefication. Specefic topics include simplifying records on your farm for efficiency and organic certification requirements as well as compost production records needed to gain approval for use on certified organic farms.

12.5.17 // 8:30am to 12.7.17 // 4:30pm

Community Food Systems Conference - December 2017

New Entry Sustainable Farming Project's Community Food Systems Conference will address common underlying themes between food security, social justice and sustainable agriculture including obstacles in urban and rural environments and fostering community empowerment to create and sustain resilient local food systems. This conference is possible thanks to funding from the Community Food Projects grant program of USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture. We will provide space for conversations around promoting, facilitating, and supporting self-reliance; breaking down barriers to racial justice; connecting communities to their food sources; and impacting communities at the local and regional level through sustainable food production. More details: Registration information coming in 2017.