Entries by Jeremy Pelletier

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VIDEO – Virtual Tour of Massaro Community Farm – No Till Practices

The Virtual Tour of Massaro Community Farm is now available on CT NOFA’s YouTube Channel. Here’s the LINK The 1 hour video includes visits to Assawaga Farm and Sub Edge Farm, also participating as No-Till Research Farm Sites across Connecticut. There is also a Rain Simulator presentation by Emily Cole, Climate and Agriculture Program Manager at American […]

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Fall Plant Sales Orders Due Sept 2nd (Wilton High School) and Sept 17th (Aspetuck Land Trust)

Wilton High School Plant Sale (click to order) Our spring native wildflower sale was such a success that we’ve partnered with Planters’ Choice Nursery again for a bigger and better fall sale! These aren’t just any native wildflowers, they’re from CT NOFA’s Ecotype Project, which means that they have a genetic heritage native to Connecticut and […]

The Agricultural Justice Project Needs Your Help Today!

Your support is needed more than ever! Donate today! Making Farms Centers of Justice and Fairness https://www.agriculturaljusticeproject.org/en/donate/ The COVID -19 crisis has exposed minor cracks and deep craters in the US food supply chain, food security, and local food systems reliance, and resiliency. Farmers and farmworkers are “essential,” yet there is no requirement or financial […]

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Aspetuck Land Trust Native / Ecotype Plant Sale at Gilberties Organic Farm

On June 6th and 7th, the Aspetuck Land Trust hosted their first native plant sale pickup at Gilbertie’s Organic Farm in Easton, Connecticut. This sale marks the culmination of two years worth of partnership and careful curating among botanists, farmers, nursery growers, and conservationists.  The Ecotype Project of CT NOFA (The Northeast Organic Farming Association […]