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Written by Cassandra Christine on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 on events

A great deal of mud and an unexpected amount of rain didn't dampen the spirits of those who attended Enza Zaden Research Center's lunch on September 25.The soles of our shoes were heavily layered in mud as we toured the trial beds in the much welcomed rain. My tour group included group leader Erica Renaud, North America Business Development Manager of Vitalis Organic Seeds Seeds (the organic division of Enza Zaden); Paula Linton, Sales Executive of GreenLeaf; and Laura Batcha, CEO and ED of Organic Trade Association. Touring the beds, we learned about the challenges of meeting consumer and...
Written by Kelly Damewood on Monday, October 6, 2014 on events


Three members of the California State Legislature recently joined CCOF on a tour of three CCOF-certified farms. The tour, hosted in partnership with California Climate & Agriculture Network (CalCAN), focused on the climate benefits of organic agriculture. The tour participants—including Chair of the California State Assembly Committee on Agriculture, Susan Talamantes Eggman and Central Coast state representatives Senator Bill Monning (D-Monterey) and Assembly Member Mark Stone (D-Santa Cruz)—visited Pinnacle in San Juan Bautista, High Ground Organics in Watsonville, and Pie Ranch in...
Written by Jon Knapp on Monday, October 6, 2014 on events, food safety, get certification help, NOSB

October is full of events to help you grow your business. CCOF hopes you can attend and looks forward to meeting with you while we are on the road. The Western Organic Dairy Producers Association (WODPA) will be hosting the 2014 WODPA Conference in Rohnert Park, CA from October 14-15. CCOF will have a table at this year’s event, so come see us! GLOBALG.A.P. is offering a Crops Workshop and exam re-takes October 15-16 in conjunction with the PMA Fresh Summit 2014 in Anaheim, CA. If you are planning on attending PMA 2014, make sure you look into this workshop, as it provides an excellent...
Written by Sarah Watters on Monday, September 8, 2014 on events

The summer season is coming to a close, and if you haven’t made it to a “farm-to-fork” dinner yet this year, now is your chance! Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF) is hosting a fundraiser dinner on Sunday, September 14, in Morgan Hill, California. The “Taste of the Santa Clara Valley” multi-course dinner — prepared by Chef Nicolai Tuban of Bon Appétit Management Company — will highlight the bounty of the farmers in the Santa Clara Valley. Support CAFF’s program work as well as local farmers attending the event while experiencing fresh, local, and delicious food at the peak of the...

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