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3.17.14 // Margiana

An Entrepreneur's Guide to Farming in Massachusetts

A resource guide with over 35 fact sheets covering topics farmers in Mass need to know from MA Taxes, to Business Planning, to Land Access, to Climate Change. You can download the entire guide or the individual fact sheets.

The Foodery

2.20.14 // Kate Petcosky

Expanding Sales: World PEAS & The Foodery

World PEAS is always seeking to diversify our market outlets to be able to support our small scale farmers. This season, World PEAS is excited to be partnering with The Foodery, which delivers healthy, farm-fresh meals to individuals and families in the Boston area. The Foodery cooks with organic and locally grown produce, some of which will be sourced from World PEAS farmers this spring, summer, and fall.

2.11.14 // Staff

Rise of the Food Hub

A big article on the role of food hubs in the local food movement features New Entry's Kate Petcosky and World PEAS Food Hub.

1.31.14 // Margiana Petersen-Rockney

Challenges and Opportunities for Women Farmers

If you are involved in agriculture in southern New England, you can help us understand the challenges and opportunities for women farmers in our region.

1.28.14 // Staff

Jennifer on the Radio

New Entry's Jennifer Hashley is featured on the Growing Business radio show and podcast with Aaron Niederhelman.

1.17.14 // Jennifer Hashley

Farm Hack Comes to Lowell

A Farm Hack event gives farmers, engineers, and other curious folks a chance to get together and geek out over clever farm inventions, from open-source inventory software to bicycle-powered cultivation.

Winning Poster Design

1.7.14 // Kate Petcosky

Design Contest Winner- Megan Smith

World PEAS is pleased to announce Megan Smith as the winner of this year's Design Contest! Megan's designs will be all around neighborhoods promoting our CSA and getting the word out about local food and the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project.

12.19.13 // Staff

Up-and-Comers at New Entry

Zagat included New Entry's Margiana Petersen-Rockney on its list of "30 Under 30: Boston's Hottest Up-and-Comers," plus a recent New Entry trainee.

Hundreds of young farmers and activists gather in the “Hayloft” at the National Young Farmers Conference.

12.19.13 // Eva Agudelo Winther

Notes From the Young Farmers Conference

New Entry's Eva Agudelo Winther reports back from the Young Farmer's Conference earlier this month at the Stone Barns Center in New York.

World PEAS CSA

11.25.13 // Kate Petcosky

Register TODAY for World PEAS

Guarantee a full season of fresh, local fruits & vegetables grown by our diverse group of immigrant, refugee, and beginning farmers by signing up for the 2014 World PEAS CSA Season. With convenient pick-up locations all over the greater Boston area, it's easy to eat well, stay healthy, and support the next generation of farmers!

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