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August Open House 2020

September 30th, 2020 | Posted by miker in Events and Workshops | References - (Comments Off on August Open House 2020)

AUGUST OPEN HOUSE Discussion of Post Harvest Handling Resource Link: Post Harvest Fact Sheet UC Davis Resource Link: Properties and Recommended Conditions for long term Storage of Fruits and Vegetables; Compiled by Marita Cantwell Resource Links thank to Meredith Melendez, NJ Agricultural Extension Service ************* Become a Member of NOFA-NJ, and support 35 years of … Read more

Organic Open House June 24

June 15th, 2020 | Posted by miker in Events and Workshops - (Comments Off on Organic Open House June 24)

Direct To Consumer, Farmer Interface.. 6pm to 8pm 6-6:30 introductions, 6:30-7:30 Special Guests, 7:30-8 discussion and sharing. Our monthly gathering will be Zooming again this month. Register at the NOFA-NJ webpage, or if trying to join on that Wednesday, text me 609-647-9754, your email address and Ill send you an invitation to join, around 6 … Read more

Organic Open House 5/27/20

May 25th, 2020 | Posted by miker in Events and Workshops - (Comments Off on Organic Open House 5/27/20)

Organic Open House May 27, 2020 6pm-8pm Send your email address to receive an invitation to the zoom – to northslopefarm@comcast.net, or text your email address to mike at 609-647-9754 Awareness and Influences – and your questions about NOFA-NJ and Organic Farming in New Jersey! Each Month, North Slope Farm and NOFA-NJ co-host an Organic … Read more

Prepping for the Farmers Market, in the Year of Covid-19

May 15th, 2020 | Posted by miker in Community Affairs | Musings from the Field - (Comments Off on Prepping for the Farmers Market, in the Year of Covid-19)

This Friday, my partner Colleen, and our friend Tami, and I, harvested a lot; hardy greens, Kales, Napa, Collards, Spinach and some Swiss Chard. Yesterday I had harvested Arugula and Micro Greens. We also had a stash of Radishes from a previous harvest. I am very particular about the Produce rinsing, so that is my … Read more

NOFA-NJ Strategic Planning Review Process – 2020

April 20th, 2020 | Posted by miker in Community Affairs - (Comments Off on NOFA-NJ Strategic Planning Review Process – 2020)

Monthly Organic Open House

March 12th, 2020 | Posted by miker in Events and Workshops - (Comments Off on Monthly Organic Open House)

Planned for the Last Wednesday Night, of each Month 6-8pm, but programming should be confirmed prior to attending. North Slope Farm is hosting Monthly Organic Open Houses, see Calendar Page. Please register on the NOFA-NJ website by Tuesday, the day before the Open House. Zoom invitations will be emailed on Wednesday. If you want to … Read more

Organic Open House

February 25th, 2020 | Posted by miker in Community Affairs - (Comments Off on Organic Open House)

Monthly Gatherings at Farmhouse to talk about Organic Farming in New Jersey. North Slope Farm and NOFA-NJ are hosting this event, to provide our community, a regular space, to come together. We will review Farming over the past month, check in on Journey Person Farmers Reports and Public Postings, and discuss appropriate resources and information … Read more

ORGANIC WINTER CONFERENCE

January 23rd, 2020 | Posted by miker in Events and Workshops - (Comments Off on ORGANIC WINTER CONFERENCE)

Thirty Years of Serving the New Jersey Organic Community with Great Speakers, Workshops and Time to Get Together! Thank You – www.NOFA-NJ.org Please Become a Member Today!

Season Summary – 2019

December 31st, 2019 | Posted by miker in Season Summary - (Comments Off on Season Summary – 2019)

It was a decent year, more detail to come!

Crop Yields and Managment – CIG 2019

December 31st, 2019 | Posted by miker in References - (Comments Off on Crop Yields and Managment – CIG 2019)

Selected Crop Yields and Management – Season One of three year USDA / NOFA Soil Health study of Reduced Tillage Data below will reflect the Planting dates, Begin and End Harvest Dates and total Crop Yields. The selected crops were Carrots and Napa Cabbage, in Permanent Raised Beds. Also, Summer Squash and Green Beans in … Read more

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