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With FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) and CAPS (Community Accreditation for Produce Safety) compliance at our door step, we will analyze our wash rooms pros and cons and discuss food safety issues.
Wishing Stone Farm’s growing methods are committed to sustainable agriculture and the protection of open space, while providing food for local communities. We started our farm in 1983 as early adopters of the organic movement.
Our farm is located in Little Compton along the southeastern coast of Rhode Island. All totaled we farm about 40 acres around town, with over 15 greenhouse structures, a packing barn, a commercial kitchen and a retail market space.
Please dress for the weather, as CRAFT workshops are always outdoors on the farm.
This workshop is sponsored by the Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training CRAFT workshop series from the Northeastern Organic Farming Association.
NOFA CRAFT workshops are funded by a generous Farm Viability grant from the RI Department of Environmental Management’s Division of Agriculture which seeks to enhance farmers’ ability to grow and market their crops.