Danone soil health program expands to include 28K organic acres

Food and beverages powerhouse Danone North America continues to expand its regenerative farming program. Now completing its third year, the researc... more »

5 tips to go from no-till-curious to no-till farmer

Reduced erosion. Saved time and fuel. Improved nutrient cycling, soil moisture, and resiliency in the face of drought. You likely already know the pot... more »

The best-laid crop rotation plans oft go awry. Here’s how to circle back when they do

Crop rotations quickly become complicated – that’s what Charles Mohler found when he and Sue Ellen Johnson wrote the book on that difficult subjec... more »

HC’s fiber containers for horticulture USDA-certified as biobased

The HC Companies –a leading manufacturer of horticulture containers – recently obtained Certified Biobased Product Labeling Program for both their... more »

Aquaponic farm Superior Fresh announces new organic salad variety, packaging

Wisconsin’s Superior Fresh, LLC, a large aquaponic farm growing USDA-certified organic produce and Atlantic salmon, recently rolled out a new salad ... more »

Organic research grants seek crops, seeds for climate change

Most modern crop cultivars have been bred and selected to perform well in conventional farming systems over wide geographic ranges. As a result, organ... more »

Rodale invests $2M in land access for organic farmers

Rodale Institute, the global leader of regenerative organic agriculture, is “putting its money where its mouth is” by investing $2 million with I... more »

‘Natural resources and biodiversity’ free course offered

Natural resources and biodiversity is the subject of a new free course from the National Organic Program’s Organic Integrity Learning Center. For... more »

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