New Entry Sustainable Farming Project
Jennifer Hashley is Director of the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project (www.nesfp.org), a beginning farmer training program that assists diverse individuals to begin farming in Massachusetts. Jennifer is also a vegetable and pasture-based livestock farmer and serves on the Boards of The Carrot Project and the Urban Farming Institute of Boston. She is a farm business planning instructor for Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources and is a strategic advisor to several regional food systems initiatives. She served as an agricultural Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras and holds a Master’s in Agricultural Policy from Tufts University and a BS in Environmental Science from Indiana University. She strives to leverage collaborations that will support environmentally regenerative, economically viable, and socially sustainable farms in New England and beyond.