Blog posts by chapters

Written by Guest Blogger on Monday, August 14, 2017 on chapters, events

2017 CCOF Pacific Southwest Organic Symposium Farmers for Farmers: Growing Together Hosted by the CCOF Pacific Southwest Chapter Sunday, September 17, 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Leichtag Foundation, Encinitas, California Thank you sponsors, for making this day possible! “A” Game Organic Chicken Manure ⬧ Archi’s Acres/AISA ⬧ Beck Grove & La Vigne Organics ⬧ California Organic Fertilizers ⬧ California Production Services (CPS) ⬧ Fusion Solar ⬧ Grangetto’s ⬧ Jimbo’s…Naturally! ⬧ Kellogg Garden Products ⬧ KooL Ranch ⬧ Locus Agricultural Solutions ⬧ Rio del Rey Heirloom Beans ⬧ Solar Rain ⬧...
Written by Adrian Fischer on Monday, May 8, 2017 on chapters, general organic

Spring is a time of year that brings the joy of life to the forefront for all of us who work in agriculture. The CCOF Chapters have been buzzing with spring activity over the last month and two chapters conducted elections.    On April 6, the Pacific Southwest Chapter held a meeting in Escondido. Eric Larson, executive of the San Diego Farm Bureau, gave a presentation on important issues facing the farming community, such as the regional Water Board Agricultural Order and Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, as well as issues concerning labor and immigrant worker rights. The chapter also...
Written by Jane Sooby on Monday, August 10, 2015 on chapters

In May, CCOF members in Mexico formed a new CCOF chapter. As their first order of business, the Mexico Chapter members elected the following chapter leaders:President: Esteban Macías Padilla, Grupo UVice President: Daniela Robles, Grupo AltaSecretary: Dante Gutiérrez Medina, Berrymex Baja CaliforniaTreasurer: Lois Christie, Christie Organic Consultants, Inc., and Tequila SauzaBoard Representative: Eduardo Morales, Promotora Agrícola El Toro Carmela Beck, National Organic Program Manager with Driscoll’s and a key organizer of the Mexico Chapter, commented, “Driscoll’s applauds CCOF’s efforts...
Written by Jon Knapp on Monday, June 30, 2014 on chapters, member news

CCOF-certified members in Marin, Sonoma, and Napa counties recently coordinated their efforts to revitalize the North Coast Chapter. The original chapter disbanded a couple of years back due to a lack of interest. On June 12, they met to solicit nominations for board members, discuss chapter goals, and mingle with one another. The meeting brought forth an eclectic group of members. Andrea Davis’ Quarter Acre Farm blog post that summarized the meeting stated that “wineries, vegetable farms, a meat processor, a coffee roaster, vineyard managements and even an ice cream producer” were in...