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Why the Organic Industry is Suing the USDA Over Animal Welfare

We are in support of this effort by the OTA to uphold the values and integrity of the organic seal. Civil Eats l by Lynne Curry l September 18 , 2017 On January 19, 2017, just one day before Presid...

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Oregon’s Organic Industry Honors Its Own at Awards Luncheon

Capital Press l by Eric Mortenson l September 19, 2017 Garry Stephenson, director of the Center for Small Farms and Community Food Systems at Oregon State University had some advice recently for th...

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Produce Report

Produce Report: September 18, 2017

What’s NEW and EXCITING Summer Flavors are still here! It’s the middle of September, but we don’t have to say goodbye to the tastes of summer just yet. Specialty melons, stone fruit, juicy tomatoes...

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Oregon Organic Coalition Honors Seven Organic Trade Innovators

Organic Scientist, Author & Professor Dr. Garry Stephenson, Gives Keynote at Luncheon Celebrating Oregon’s Organic Food Trade Oregon Organic Coalition l September 14, 2017 The recipients ...

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OFRF Now Accepting Applications for 2018 Grant Cycle

Organic Farming Research Foundation l by Diana Jerkins l September 12, 2017 OFRF is pleased to release our Request for Proposals (RFP) for 2018 research grants. Applicants residing in Canada, Mexic...

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Breakthrough Study Shows Organic Cuts Agriculture’s Contribution to Climate Change

The Organic Center l by Maggie McNeil l September 11, 2017 A new groundbreaking study proves soils on organic farms store away appreciably larger amounts of carbons – and for longer periods —...

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Produce Report: September 11, 2017

What’s NEW and EXCITING As much of the West Coast copes with intense heat, forest fires and very poor air quality, most folks remained in doors over the Labor Day weekend and limited their time out...

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Organics Unlimited Celebrating GROW Month in September

OGC purchases the majority of our bananas from Organics Unlimited, which operates the GROW banana program. Through retailer support, $0.60 of every case of bananas sold goes toward the GROW program...

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Wholesum Harvest’s Jessie Gunn Mobilizes the Organic Growing Community for Hurricane Harvey Relief

OGC is grateful for the partnership of the organic community in working with us and Wholesum Harvest in making these donations happen for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. AndNowUKnow – Pro...

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