Organic Farming

Shifting a farm… — Lengthy Island CSA Farm Shares

Who strikes a complete farm?  Apparently, we do!Maybe it wasn't one of the best concept to assume that we may transfer...

Welcome to our New Crew Chief, Kelsey Horowitz! – Dickinson Faculty Natural Farm

Kelsey Horowitz graduated from Dickinson in 2018 with an Environmental Research diploma. She didn’t work on the farm till after commencement, Kelsey was...

David Golden ’14 – Dickinson Faculty Natural Farm

David the Durango-tang and Composting in Colorado  Initially from Loudon County, Virginia, David Golden grew up with desires of turning into an expert adventurer,...

Natural Advocacy in Motion: Reflections on NSAC Foyer Day

By Annika LaFave, OFRF Coverage and Communications Intern OFRF Coverage & Communications Intern, Annika LaFave in entrance of the capitol after 8 official conferences...

Carrots, Tomatoes, and Area Days

Carrot Trial Area Day By Leah Lawson, Partnerships and Growth Director OFRF It was a type of stunning fall days when the air was crisp...

Cultivating Connections – Natural Farming Analysis Basis

Highlights from EcoFarm & OARF 2024 This January, nearly half of the OFRF crew traveled to Monterey, CA  to satisfy in-person for the...

Summer time Pupil Employment – Dickinson Faculty Natural Farm

Full-Time Summer time Employment Alternatives with the Dickinson Faculty Farm! College students taken with gaining hands-on expertise in sustainable agriculture are invited to use...

Natural Transition Initiative (OTI) Deadline Announcement

Natural farmers should handle their land with out prohibited inputs for 3 years for his or her merchandise to be licensed. This transitioning...

Reflections on the 2023 Latino Farmer Convention

Kelsey Grimsley, OFRF’s Workplace and Administrative Handle (left) and Jose Perez, OFRF’s Analysis and Schooling Engagement Coordinator (proper) on the Latino Farmer Convention. By...

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