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Free Winter Webinar Series

The Legal Food Hub’s free annual Winter Webinar Series began on Tuesday, February 16th. Each week we spent an hour covering a legal topic of significance to New England farmers, food entrepreneurs, and food-oriented nonprofits. Understanding Purchase and Sale Agreements in Real Estate Transactions A purchase and sale agreement is the document that establishes the […]

Covid-19 Resources for Farmers and Small Businesses

Resources for farmers and small food businesses responding to Covid-19.

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Legal Food Hub Year in Review

Enjoy reading about the growth of the New England Food System through our annual report. We connect the stewards of our food system to pro bono legal services. By supporting those who grow, produce, and sell our local food, we’re helping to foster a sustainable, resilient, and just food system. And a healthy and thriving […]

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Massachusetts Covid Resources for Farmers and Small Businesses

How do I protect my employees? Where can I sell my produce now that my farmers market closed? Is there grant money available for my business? Despite the pandemic we find ourselves facing, New England has mobilized, and an incredible amount of resources have become available to food businesses and farmers to help provide financial relief as well as business guidance during this difficult time. This article is a list of resources as well as helpful advice on the laws that are in flux.

New England-wide Covid Resources for Farmers and Small Businesses

How do I protect my employees? Where can I sell my produce now that my farmers market closed? Is there grant money available for my business? Despite the pandemic we find ourselves facing, New England has mobilized, and an incredible amount of resources have become available to food businesses and farmers to help provide financial relief as well as business guidance during this difficult time. This article is a list of resources as well as helpful advice on the laws that are in flux.

Connecticut Covid Resources for Farmers and Small Businesses

How do I protect my employees? Where can I sell my produce now that my farmers market closed? Is there grant money available for my business? Despite the pandemic we find ourselves facing, New England has mobilized, and an incredible amount of resources have become available to food businesses and farmers to help provide financial relief as well as business guidance during this difficult time. This article is a list of resources as well as helpful advice on the laws that are in flux.

Maine Covid Resources for Farmers and Small Businesses

How do I protect my employees? Where can I sell my produce now that my farmers market closed? Is there grant money available for my business? Despite the pandemic we find ourselves facing, New England has mobilized, and an incredible amount of resources have become available to food businesses and farmers to help provide financial relief as well as business guidance during this difficult time. This article is a list of resources as well as helpful advice on the laws that are in flux.

Rhode Island Covid Resources for Farmers and Small Businesses

How do I protect my employees? Where can I sell my produce now that my farmers market closed? Is there grant money available for my business? Despite the pandemic we find ourselves facing, New England has mobilized, and an incredible amount of resources have become available to food businesses and farmers to help provide financial relief as well as business guidance during this difficult time. This article is a list of resources as well as helpful advice on the laws that are in flux.

Vermont Covid Resources for Farmers and Small Businesses

How do I protect my employees? Where can I sell my produce now that my farmers market closed? Is there grant money available for my business? Despite the pandemic we find ourselves facing, New England has mobilized, and an incredible amount of resources have become available to food businesses and farmers to help provide financial relief as well as business guidance during this difficult time. This article is a list of resources as well as helpful advice on the laws that are in flux.

Arias-Villano v. Chang & Sons Enterprises, Inc

Massachusetts Overtime Exemptions – What You Need to Know If you’re a farmer hiring employees in Massachusetts, navigating the rules of the road can be challenging. This blog post highlights a recent court ruling in the Commonwealth that could affect when farmers pay their workers overtime. Overtime laws require employers to pay one and a […]