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USDA Announces Grants to Help Veterans and Minority Farmers Get Started in Agriculture New!
Partnerships Continue USDA Efforts Supporting New Farmers and Build Greater Diversity in American Agriculture
by USDA
Informational Webinar; USDA Grass Fed Program for Small and Very Small Producers New!
During the webinar, we will provide an overview of the USDA Grass Fed program, website, and detailed information ...
by Jennifer Turpin
Vilsack Proclaims August 3-9 National Farmers Market Week New!
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has declared August 3 through 9, 2014, "National Farmers Market Week".
by USDA
Historic Farm Bill Funding Available to Organic Producers New!
Historic Farm Bill Funding Available to Organic Producers and Handlers Funds to assist with Organic Certification Costs.
by AMS
Beginning Farmers and Ranchers 2014-2015 Season New!
Holistic Management International (HMI) is currently accepting applications for its successful Beginning Farmers and Ranchers
by HMI
National Organic Seed Survey New!
The Organic Seed Alliance has launched its national organic seed survey. The survey comes around every five years, and seeks to assess certified crop producers' attitudes ...
by USDA Organic Insider
The Global Exchange of Organic Products; Expanding Markets at Home and Abroad New!
Last week, we celebrated another victory for the global organic community – the announcement of an organic equivalency ...
by Anne L. Alonzo
OFRF Research Grant Helps Breeders Develop Sweeter Organic-Friendly Corn New!
As part of its spring 2014 grants cycle, the Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF) provided a research grant of $9,490 to farmer and plant breeder Jonathan Spero of Lupine Knoll Farm in Southern Oregon
by Brise Tencer
Does organic farming foster biodiversity? The answer is yes ... New!
Does organic farming foster biodiversity? The answer is yes, however, the number of habitats on the land plays an important role alongside the type and intensity of farming practices.
by Technische Universität München
Organic standards go global New!
In the past, international trade of organic products between the U.S. and other countries has been difficult because of the wide variations in international organic standards and certification requirements.
by Institute of Food Technologists

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