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Taylor Brothers Farms Gives Back to the CCOF Foundation

John Taylor
Photo: John Taylor, co-owner of Taylor Brothers Farms
 
While prunes may not be #trending the way we’ve seen kale, sweet potatoes, or açai trend in recent years, prunes have reclaimed their status as a superfood in farmers’ markets across the globe. Prunes provide countless benefits for their consumers.

The CCOF Foundation Can Make it Easier for Organic Producers to Survive

Left photo: Me, spending my Saturday mornings selling our produce at the Davis Farmers’ Market. My parents and fellow graduate students founded the market in 1976. Right photo: My parents, Kathleen Barsotti and Martin Barnes, strolling the farm.

The CCOF Foundation Honors Dr. Karen Klonsky as Organic Champion

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Dr. Karen Klonsky spent a lifetime championing organic. The CCOF Foundation will honor her work and spirit at the CCOF Foundation Feast on December 4 at the Organic Grower Summit. 
 
Klonsky was a University of California Cooperative Extension Specialist in Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Davis (UC Davis). For 35 years, Klonsky collaborated with both Californian and international agricultural stakeholders.

The Farm Project’s Jacob Pechenik to Keynote CCOF Foundation Feast at OGS

Jacob Pechenik, photographed by Claire Schaper
Photo credit: Claire Schaper and Max Wanger
 
Jacob Pechenik of The Farm Project and Lettuce Grow will keynote the CCOF Foundation Feast at the Organic Grower Summit.

The Organic Center to Host Webinar: "How Does Organic Mitigate Climate Change?"

The Organic Center will host a webinar titled How Does Organic Mitigate Climate Change? on October 26, 2017 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. and also on November 29, 2017 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. 
 
 

The Path to an Organic Future – CCOF’s 2018 Annual Report

Dear CCOF Members and Supporters,

It is with great pleasure and honor that I write to you as CCOF’s new CEO. Since assuming the role in January, I’ve been continually inspired by CCOF’s many accomplishments over 2018, which you helped make a reality. I’m no stranger to the strength of CCOF’s incredible membership of organic farmers, professionals, and supporters, and I’m excited to harness the power of this unique community to continue laying the path to an organic future.

U.S. Organic Sales Pass $50 Billion Mark in 2018

Clean, transparent, fresh, sustainable. Environmentally friendly, animal humane, high quality, social activism. Those traits are all identified with organic, and in 2018 they all helped push organic sales to unprecedented levels. The U.S.

U.S. Senate Ag Committee to Hold Hearing on Research

The United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry will be hosting a full committee hearing titled “Agricultural Research: Perspectives on Past and Future Successes for the 2018 Farm Bill” on Thursday, June 15, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. EST.  
 

U.S. Senate Ag Committee to Hold Hearing on Rural America

The United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry will be hosting a full committee hearing titled “Examining the Farm Economy: Perspectives on Rural America” on Thursday, May 25, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. EST.
 

Update on AB 1826, the California Organic Food and Farming Act

CCOF is proudly sponsoring California Central Coast Assemblymember Mark Stone’s recently-introduced bill—the California Organic Food and Farming Act (COFFA), AB 1826. COFFA will update the California State Organic Program to cap fees, eliminate paperwork for certified organic producers, and create a state framework that better supports organic farmers and businesses.

The California Organic Food and Farming Act, AB 1826, will:

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