Monday, December 4


 
  New US-UK organic equivalency agreement taking effect

A new organic equivalence agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom takes effect Jan. 1, 2021.



 
 
  Michigan student organic farm restarts in-person learning

After a year hiatus in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MSU Organic Farmer Training Program is returning in 2021 to offer safe beginning farmer training.



 
 
 
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  Miraflora’s Colorado hemp farm gets organic certification

Hemp extract company Miraflora recently received USDA organic certification for its 160-acre farm in Boulder County, Colorado.



 
 
  Danone soil health program expands to include 28K organic acres

Food and beverages powerhouse Danone North America continues to expand its regenerative farming program.



 
 
 
  USDA research seeks prediction, prevention of soil erosion

“Dirt cheap” – it’s an old saying, but hardly accurate. The fact is, the United States loses about $44 billion each year from soil erosion. The challenge is to keep that dirt where it is needed.



 
 
  Equitable labor certification year’s highlight for organic apple heavyweight

An unprecedented year highlighted innovation and integrity at Rainier Fruit Company that lead to groundbreaking and industry-setting standards.



 
 
 
 

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