‘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 »

Grimmway debuts new product, sustainable strategies at PMA Fresh Summit

Grimmway Farms, which markets itself as the largest carrot producer in the world and the largest organic vegetable producer in the U.S., is exhibiting... more »

Organic ag can mitigate climate change, industry tells congress

Organic growing techniques could be part of the solution for slowing or reversing climate change – that’s what the industry told Congress recently... more »

Florida organic growers aim for ‘happy frogs’

John Bitter and Amy Van Scoik, first-generation farmers in Hawthorne, Florida, practice organic, small-scale, sustainable growing practices and sell d... more »

Study tackles sustainable ag mulch

Farmers often need to regulate soil temperature, reduce weeds and minimize water loss. Agricultural mulch can help farmers do so. But the plastic i... more »

Rodale Institute shows regenerative ag could draw down CO2 emissions

As extreme weather events, rising temperatures and global health crises continue to threaten our world, the repercussions of a changing climate are be... more »

$12.5M to establish new institute studying impact of biodiversity change

With the goal of revolutionizing how the world understands the causes and consequences of biodiversity loss, the University of Minnesota has been awar... more »

Stemilt reaches Equitable Food Initiative certification

Stemilt has achieved Equitable Food Initiative certification at its impressive Quincy, Washington orchard operation that grows apples and cherries. ... more »

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