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Announcing Eco59: a new Connecticut farmer-led seed company inspired by Pollinator Pathways and CT NOFA’s Ecotype Project

Pollinator enthusiasts, regenerative gardeners, and conservationists can now find a source of locally grown, native, ecotypic wildflower seeds: a much-awaited contribution to our northeastern ecosystem.  It is a good season for it: early winter holidays are the perfect time for sowing native wildflowers.     Eco59: a farmer-led seed collective has launched its first season of […]

NOFA Summer Conference Scholarships Available for Young and Beginning Farmers 

(Más información en español abajo.) NOFA Summer Conference Scholarships Available for Young and Beginning Farmers  Thanks to a generous contribution from a donor interested in providing greater access to our conference, we have 24 scholarships available for young and beginning farmers to attend the 2021 NOFA Summer Conference at no cost. The Summer Conference will take place […]

Business Member Highlight: Simpson & Vail Inc.

Simpson & Vail Inc., one of the oldest Tea companies in the USA, is a family-owned business dedicated to offering quality teas from around the world. We have over 375 teas (organic, black, green, oolong, decaf, flavored, flowering, white, and blends) from China, India, Japan, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Nepal, Indonesia, Taiwan, and Colombia. Our […]

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The Ecotype Project to Present Alongside other Seed Initatives Around the World

On Thursday, June 17 at 1:00 PM the Ecotype Project is honored to be presenting our work alongside six other regional native seed initiatives from around the globe at the Society for Ecological Restoration’s 9th World Conference on Ecological Restoration. (this is a pre-conference workshop which you must be registered to attend) To Register: http://www.ser2021.org/registration-0 […]