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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…
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Seeding Sanctuary: CT NOFA’s Ecotype Project Pollinator Garden at the Catherine Violet Hubbard Sanctuary

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EIDL Loans now available for farmers

Thanks to the hard work of those advocating for agriculture, the EIDL loan program is now accepting applications from farmers. Farmers: Click here to apply.    
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Deadline is January 22nd for nominations for the 2nd Annual Bill Duesing Organic Living on the Earth Awards

This award is for a recipient who has demonstrated the advancement of organic living on our earth with a project, innovation, action or lifestyle that supports the continuation of the…
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2020 Winter Conference Request for Proposals

CT NOFA’s 38th annual conference will be held on March 7th, 2020 at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut.  This new location will allow easier access to this event for people…
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Journey Person Program Relaunches in 2019

CT NOFA Invites Beginning Farmers and Land Care Professionals to Apply for the Journeyperson Program. Applications Due on October 15th. APPLY HERE The Journeyperson Program strives to provide committed beginning…
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