‘Feeding Families, Not Landfills’ OPS keynote topic

"Feeding Families, Not Landfills” is the keynote speaker's topic at the upcoming Organic Produce Summit (OPS). OPS sponsors have announced Nichol... more »

New USDA resource available for organic transitioning

The National Organic Program (NOP) has posted a new Transitional Production Plan (TPP) template on the AMS website. The new public resource was dev... more »

Produce distributor PRO*ACT earns organic certification

PRO*ACT, a national network of fresh produce distributors, has earned organic certification with the California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF). T... more »

New Hampshire drops state’s organic certification program

New Hampshire’s Department of Agriculture is dropping its organic certification program. To remain eligible to market products as organic, farmers n... more »

Slow Farm owner earns Ohio organic honor

The Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) has named Kim Bayer, who started Slow Farm in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 2016, as the 2024 Beginnin... more »

Georgia field day centers on organic transitions

The University of Georgia (UGA) recently hosted an Organic Farm Field Day to highlight the USDA's Transition to Organic Partnership Program (TOPP). ... more »

Michigan gives training grant to Edible Garden

Indoor leafy greens grower Edible Garden has received funding from Michigan for employee training. The controlled environment agriculture (CEA) gro... more »

Fridays on the Farm: Growing it to give away

During Black History Month, the USDA recently featured Armondo White, a veteran and Black farmer in Marvell, Arkansas, and his family, in its Fridays ... more »

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