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Soil Health Microscopy Courses for this Summer

CT NOFA is offering additional microscopy training this summer. Participants will view various soils and composts, looking at the different soil structures and the microbes that thrive in healthy soil.…
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Soil Health Microscopy Courses for Spring 2024

Spring microscopy course offerings are now full! Click here for information about upcoming summer and fall courses. CT NOFA is offering microscopy training this spring! Participants will view various soils…
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Organic Agriculture is Soil Based – Position Statement

CT NOFA, along with our fellow NOFA chapters, have long held that stewardship of soil is a key principle of organic agriculture. With that in mind, we are proud to…
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2023 CT NOFA No-Till Field Days Announced

CT NOFA is proud to present our roster of 2023 No-Till Field Days Visit our website to learn more about our Soil Health Program (including resources and videos from our…
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NOFA Launches White Paper on the Regional “Organizing for Soil Health” Project

Organizing for Soil Health: A Project of the Northeast Organic Farming Association This White Paper is a report on the regional “Organizing for Soil Health” project supported by Farm Aid…
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