Farmland Conservation & Access

February 1 and 21, May 2
We can make small changes at our homes that have enormous, positive impacts on biodiversity within our communities and help our local farms continue t... Learn More
March 16, 4-7PM
In partnering with The Redford Center, Alnoba is pleased to offer our brand-new Film Series, where we feature enthralling stories portrayed on film, d... Learn More
March 16-17
3rd Symposium of the Northeast Healthy Soil Network “Transitioning to More Regenerative Practices in the Northeast: Towards Inclusive and Fair Compens... Learn More
Article via the New Hampshire Bulletin
The top 10 percent of recipients of federal farm payments raked in more than 79 percent of total subsidies over the last 25 years – producing billions... Learn More
December 20, January 10, January 31, February 21
Two of the most important issues facing our communities are providing safe housing for all and supporting a new generation of farmers. Both housing an... Learn More
February 6, 11AM-12:30PM
Join us for a virtual presentation and round table discussion on soil steaming! Learn how other farmers are utilizing soil steaming on their farms! Learn More
Resource via Cornell University
Cornell University scientists published research on ancient cereal grain mixes and their potential to adapt in real time to climate change. Learn More
Hosted by NOFA-NH and Seacoast Permaculture
NOFA-NH and Seacoast Permaculture present a panel discussion with Q&A that will addresses issues with current carbon markets programs and the challeng... Learn More
Research via Penn State
Researchers at Pennsylvania State University explored the soil health implications of strategic tillage as part of an integrated weed management strat... Learn More
The New Hampshire Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP) is an independent state authority created to ensure the perpetual contributio... Learn More