Founded in 1998, the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project (NESFP) helps immigrants and refugees with agricultural backgrounds to establish agricultural enterprises in Massachusetts. NESFP provides a comprehensive strategy that includes finding farmland, providing training and technical assistance, and facilitating effective marketing strategies for smallscale producers. In 2005, NESFP assisted more than 35 farm families on over 40 acres of farmland, includingfive training sites,across Eastern Massachusetts.
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Hugh Joseph, NESFP Director
Jennifer Hashley, NESFP Coordinator,
Phone: (617) 636-3793,
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