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Visit CCOF at MOSES!

CCOF will be at the MOSES Organic Farming Conference this year in La Crosse, WI February 25-27! Come see us at the largest U.S. event for organic and sustainable farming. Bring your organic and food safety certification questions and enter to win one of our new hats! We will be in booth #702.

At the MOSES Conference you will learn new ways to improve your farm, discover resources and tools, make connections and find support. We look forward to seeing you there!

Visit CCOF at World Ag Expo!

CCOF will be at the world’s largest annual agricultural show February 9-11, 2016, in Tulare, CA! Come visit us at the 2016 World Ag Expo in Building C at booth 3619! We will be prepared to answer your certification questions and talk organic.

This is a “can’t-miss show” for producers, ranchers, and agribusiness professionals, with over 1,500 exhibitors spread out over 2.6 million square feet of exhibit space. We look forward to seeing you there!

Will We See You in Atlanta? CCOF at PMA!

CCOF will be exhibiting at the PMA Fresh Summit trade show in Atlanta from October 23-25. Come by booth #2410 to talk about organic certification, food safety certification for organic operations, and more.

You can also follow along on our Twitter account, where we’ll be tweeting from the show.

We hope to see you there!

Work at CCOF – We’re Hiring!

As the organic movement grows, CCOF follows – we’re looking for passionate, talented individuals to help us support the organic community. From certifying farms and products, to engaging in organic advocacy, to helping the CCOF Foundation make a difference, there are a multitude of ways to get involved with organic at CCOF.

Apply for one of our open positions, or spread the word to qualified individuals you know who would be great additions to our team.

We are accepting applications for the following positions:

Zea Sonnabend: Playing for the Organic Team

You could call Zea Sonnabend a fixture of the organic movement if she didn’t move around so much—Zea just can’t resist getting involved. Time and time again, she’s been in a small meeting where a volunteer was needed to carry on the work and she felt the urge to step up. Collaborative, sharp, determined to do the right thing with organic, and known for her tenacity, Zea also knows how to relax as a San Francisco Giants season ticket holder. Perhaps it’s team loyalty that keeps her tied to organic strategizing.

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