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CT Environmental Rights Update – Interviews with the Movement’s Leaders

Interested in learning more about the CT Environmental Rights Amendment? We’ve got a pair of interviews that help highlight the importance of the movement towards environmental rights amendments, including the…
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Advocacy Alert – Help Connecticut Reduce Vehicle Emissions

CT NOFA has signed on to the CT Coalition for Climate Action’s recent update, which is as follows: As we continue to see climate change impacts across the globe, there…
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OLC Spotlight – Tell Us Your Landcare Story

We know how invested our Organic Land Care Practitioners are in the work they do, and we’d love to hear about what the work means to you. Do you have…
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August Advocacy Update

A Farm Bill that Supports the Future of Farming in the Face of Climate Change From Dr. Kimberly Stoner, CT NOFA Director of Advocacy Once every five years, we the…
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Dr. Kimberly Stoner Featured on WPKN’s “The Forest and the Trees”

CT NOFA’s Director of Advocacy, Dr. Kimberly Stoner, was recently interviewed for Melinda Tuhus’ WPKN show, “The Forest and the Trees.” Also interviewed was Maya van Rossum, the national leader…
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Melvin Lee Bristol, 1936-2023

CT NOFA is sad to announce the passing of Melvin Lee Bristol. Mel was one of CT NOFA’s earliest supporters and a close friend to our founder, Bill Duesing. Mel’s…
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The Natural Farmer Seeks Fall Issue Submissions

The Natural Farmer, the newspaper of the Northeast Organic Farming Assocation (NOFA), seeks story and article submissions for the upcoming Fall issue. This season’s theme is “Scaling Up, Scaling Back.”…
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July Advocacy Update

The 2023 Farm Bill Eating is an agricultural act ⏤ Wendell Berry We are all eaters ⏤ Bill Duesing Whether you are a farmer, a farmworker, involved in the preparation…
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Advocacy End-of-Session Update

Advocacy Report for the End of the 2023 CT Legislative Session From Dr. Kimberly Stoner, CT NOFA Director of Advocacy My role as a part-time Director of Advocacy for CT…
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Registration Now Open for Fall 2023 Organic Land Care Accreditation Course

The next Organic Land Care Accreditation Course course will be available starting September 1, 2023. The self-paced format allows you to complete the course at your own pace, any time…
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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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Climate Justice Press Conference – June 5

The Connecticut Roundtable on Climate and Jobs has partnered with CT NOFA, Save the Sound, and the Sierra Club to host a public press conference on Monday, June 5th. We…
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