New Entry Open Farms Tour, August 1

New Entry Sustainable Farming Project will open its farms to the public during their 6th Annual Open Farms Tour on Thursday, August 1st, beginning at 4:45 PM, at the Ogonowski Memorial Fields in Dracut, MA. Learn about their beginning farmer training programs and enjoy local food!

New Entry’s 6th Annual Open Farms Tour
New Entry Sustainable Farming Project
Thursday, August 1st (Rain or Shine!)
4:45 – 7:45 pm
Location: Starting at Ogonowski Memorial Fields, 126 Jones Ave., Dracut, MA; and visit to 2 other incubator training farms in Dracut
Cost: Donations welcome!

You are invited to join New Entry for an insider’s tour of our beginning farmer incubator training sites. Join New Entry farmers and staff for an informative and fun-filled 6th Annual Open Farms Tour on Thursday, August 1st, beginning at 4:45 PM, at the Ogonowski Memorial Fields, located at 126 Jones Avenue, Dracut, MA. Fun for the whole family!

Speak with project farmers and staff to learn about our beginning farmer training programs, our farmland preservation efforts, and farm employment resources. Discover what motivates New Entry farmers and learn steps that New Entry farmers take to mitigate risks on their farms. Explore where your food comes from! Meet and network with other project supporters who believe in New Entry’s mission. Taste delicious appetizers made with locally-grown produce from the farms.

This event is free and open to all New Entry friends and supporters, and registration is required. Donations are always welcome to support and expand our work. Click on the link for registration and directions. See you at the farm!

For more information: www.nesfp.org

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