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Record-Keeping Strategies for Organic Certification Webinar
This online webinar is part of the Recordkeeping Workshops for Farmers Series presented by New Entry Sustainable Farming Project. It will cover all you need to know about farm record-keeping for organic certification. Specific topics include simplifying records on your farm for efficiency and organic certification requirements as well as compost production records needed to gain approval for use on certified organic farms.
Date: Thursday April 6th
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Registration required, reserve your seat now! https://nesfp.org/events/record-keeping-strategies-organic-certification-webinar
THIS SATURDAY! Cabbige Workshop: Recordkeeping Made Simple with Technology
The Cabbige Workshop is part of the Recordkeeping Workshops for Farmers Series presented by New Entry Sustainable Farming Project. In this workshop, Jessica Angell, founder of Cabbige, will discuss how to keep record-keeping simple, focus on your farm, and make the most of the data you collect. Topics covered will include: technologies that make record-keeping simple and useful, what data to focus on and how to use it, and how data analysis can improve your profitability. Attendees will receive 3 months of Cabbige for FREE.
Date: Saturday April 1st
Time: 1:00pm- 4:00pm
Location: 45 Merrimack St. Lowell, MA Suite 500
Registration required, reserve your seat now!https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cabbige-workshop-record-keeping-made-simple-with-technology-tickets-32325827420
To learn more about Cabbige visit http://www.cabbige.com/
The New Entry Sustainable Farming Project, an initiative of Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy and additional partners, works locally, regionally, and across the country to strengthen local food systems by supporting new farmers. We serve and collaborate with the people, communities, and organizations in Massachusetts, the Northeast, and beyond! Click below to learn how you can get involved with New Entry.
The New Entry Sustainable Farming Project’s (New Entry) mission is to improve our local and regional food systems by training the next generation of farmers to produce food that is sustainable, nutritious, and culturally-appropriate and making this food accessible to individuals regardless of age, mobility, ethnicity, or socio-economic status. In doing this work, we provide critical training, career development, and economic opportunity to new farmers.