Monthly Archives: July 2009

White House Garden Brings Local Agriculture to National Forefront

The importance of locally-grown produce is finally returning to the forefront of American consciousness, thanks in part to the new organic garden First Lady Michelle Obama has had planted at the White House. If you’re reading this blog, chances are … Continue reading

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Field Training Course Tackles Weeds

Spring and Summer Field Training Courses are underway! On Thursday, June 25th, a dozen or so of our New Entry farmers and other would-be farmers joined Mackenzie at Richardson’s Farm for a course in Weed Management. A bit of theory … Continue reading

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Celebrate Local Food on the 4th!

Greetings! Harvest season has returned, and with that, so has New Entry Sustainable Farming Project’s blog! We have lots to tell you about what we’ve been doing and what we have planned, but for now – just a quick heads … Continue reading

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