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Monday, January 24, 2011

NOFA-NH Spring Bulk Order

I know the words "Spring" and "garden" are the last thing on our minds in the negative degree whether, but alas, it will be upon us before we know it!  NOFA-NH has put out their Spring bulk order information as follows:
THINK SPRING!! With the growing season right around the corner, now is the time to start thinking about ordering supplies. A service of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of NH, the Spring Bulk Order is the perfect opportunity to order organic fertilizers, soil amendments, potting soil, cover crop seeds, seed potatoes, mulching straw and supplies all while helping NOFA support organic practices throughout the state. The Bulk Order is open to NH farmers, gardeners and landscapers...members and non-members alike. Take advantage of savings made possible by group purchasing power and collective shipping! 
Pickup dates for 2011 are: March 12th and 13th. To read more about the Bulk Order or to download a form please visit the NOFA website. Orders can be placed via mail or phone by February 11, 2011 and customers have a choice of 3 pickup locations in Andover, Weare or Candia, NH. Please help us reach our 2011 fundraising goals by participating in the Bulk Order AND by telling friends or posting copies of your Bulk Order Form at your local feed store, general store, coffee shop etc. Remember that non-members are welcome to participate in the Bulk Order for a small surcharge OR take the opportunity to become a member.  For more information contact: Jennifer Quinlivan 603-731-1182 
NOFA-NH is a non-profit organization of nearly 700 farmers, gardeners, and consumers that actively promotes regenerative and sustainable agricultural practices, ecologically-sound land care, and local, organic food systems. NOFA-NH educates farmers, gardeners, land care providers, and consumers of food on the benefits of natural, organic, and ecological growing practices.


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