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Sustainable Agriculture Resources

American Farmland Trust AFT works to stop the loss of productive farmland and to promote farming practices that lead to a healthy environment.
Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture (CISA) CISA 's mission is to help farming thrive in western Massachusetts.  They accomplish this through working with farmers, consumers, educators and researchers to strengthen local agriculture.
CRAFT The Food Project helped launch an agricultural training program for apprentices, interns, and workers on farms in the Eastern Massachusetts area.
The Henry A. Wallace Institute for Alternative Agriculture Covers national sustainable agriculture issues W.K. Kellogg Foundation – Food Systems and Rural Development Resources, publications, and grants promoting sustainable food systems and the restoration of vision and vigor of rural communities.
Massachusetts Dept. of Food and Agriculture State website.
The Natural Resource, Agriculture, and Engineering Service Educational resources and conferences in support of cooperative extension, especially for the Northeast region. Links to the 14 state agricultural universities that sponsor it, plus information about past and upcoming conferences.
N.O.F.A. The Northeast Organic Farming Association.
Organic Trade Association The Organic Trade Association (OTA) is a membership based business association representing the organic industry in Canada, the United States and Mexico. Slow Food The Slow Food movement is an international collaboration to support and further traditional slow food processes, in both the making and the enjoying.
The Tufts School of Nutrition - Northeast Food Systems Partnership The overall goal of the Partnership is to build a common working agenda among sustainable food interests in the Northeast region. (Links, information and resources)
University of Massachusetts Extension Vegetable Program State Extension Service.

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