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Support Jack And Julie In This Year’s NOFA/Mass Fundraiser!


Dear friends and customers, Please consider supporting Jack and Julie as we participate in the Northeast Organic Farming Association/Mass Chapter’s annual fundraiser – this year titled “Human Health and Climate Action Challenge” (we are on team “Healthy Soils”). Though Julie retired August 31 from NOFA/Mass after 36 years at the helm and Jack will be retiring from editing NOFA’s

News from the Farm, Monday September 28th


The farm is moving on from last weekend’s four consecutive frosts (Friday-Monday). Between the excessive heat of midsummer and the early coming of frost, it’s been quite the season. “Under the circumstances” Julie says “I’m modestly pleased that we are still in business and we’ll have some interesting stuff” left to enjoy over the rest of

News from the Farm, Monday September 21st


The week began with a grape theme, with a Monday visit from Myai who came over for a grape tasting with Jack and the crew. Several years ago, Jack mentored Myai in organic grape growing through a NOFA program. Monday’s visit was in keeping with a tradition in Vietnam of bringing one’s first harvest to

News from the Farm, Monday September 14th


This Saturday afternoon found Julie and WWOOFers Davida and Gavin out in the fields sowing fall cover crops – oats and barley, phacelia, millet, buckwheat and sunflower. The inspiration for this mixed bag of cover crops is forward-thinking agronomists like Australian soil ecologist Dr. Christine Jones. Dr. Jones advocates for farming practices that “maximize diversity in both cover crops and cash

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Many Hands Organic Farm has been in existence since 1982 and has been selling to the public since 1985. We were first certified organic by the Massachusetts chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association in 1987.

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