Working with new farmers to build healthy and sustainable food systems

New Entry Sustainable Farming Project (New Entry) improves local and regional food systems by training beginning farmers to produce food that is sustainable and nutritious and by making that food accessible and affordable for diverse consumers.

As demand for farm-grown local produce increases, so does the need for agricultural training for beginning, immigrant, and refugee farmers, many of whom have few resources. Through education, research, and community partnerships, New Entry is addressing that need, building robust regional food systems and sharing our work at the national and international level.

Your support for New Entry builds local sustainable food systems and a prosperous future for tomorrow’s farmers. Make a gift today.

Learn more about the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project

For more information, please contact
Friedman School Advancement