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Massachusetts Beginning Farmer Network Forum Next Week

NYFC is pleased to be able to spread the word about this beginning farmer network starting up in Massachusetts.  MA farmers – check it out!  Anyone in other areas not yet involved with a young/beginning farmer coalition, contact us to learn how to get one going.

BFN/Mass Fall Forum- November 13th from 10:30 to 2:30 at the Charlton Public Library. 

Beginning Farmer Network of MA logoRegister at

  •     Are you a new farmer or thinking about farming?
  •     Are you looking to connect with beginning farmers or farm service providers in MA?
  •     Are you interested in beginning farmer success in MA?
  •     Do you want to figure out how to work together and leverage resources?

Come to the Beginning Farmer Network of Massachusetts (BFN/Mass) Fall Forum.  This kick-off networking event will be a chance to meet other farmers, farm service providers, and engaged food system advocates who are concerned with beginning farmers’ livelihood and success in the Commonwealth.  We’ll get a chance to meet each other, talk about hot-button issues, make action plans, and figure out where we can leverage our resources. Register at

About BFN/Mass:

The Beginning Farmer Network of Massachusetts (BFN/Mass) is a collaborative group of farmers and farm service providers dedicated to beginning farmer success in Massachusetts.  By creating more space for networking and collaboration amongst Beginning Farmers and Service Providers we hope to bring together people who want to work on similar issues, who want to share information and lessons learned, and who can inspire each other by the work they are already doing.

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The New Entry Sustainable Farming Project is coordinating BFN/Mass with help from the many project partners.  Financial support is provided from the USDA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Project Grant, #2010-49400-21765.


For more information on how to support the BFRDP – which helps fund fantastic programs like this – in the next Farm Bill, CLICK HERE.