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Complimentary “Why Buy Certified Organic?” Postcards – Get Them While They Last!

Are your customers confused about what “certified organic” means and why it’s important? CCOF’s popular Why Buy Certified Organic? cards will help educate your customers. Consumers are increasingly conscious about the quality and origins of the food they purchase. However in today’s market, with so many choices, it can be challenging to make informed decisions. These cards explain what “certified organic” means, and name the top reasons to buy certified organic foods.

Deadline Approaching for Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund Applications!

Interested in teaching or pursuing a career in organic agriculture? Apply for a Future Organic Farmer Grant!

Are you a certified K-8 teacher in the United States interested in bringing organic agriculture into your classroom? If so, please apply for one of our $1,000 Look at Agriculture…Organically! grants for organic education. Find the application details on the California Ag in the Classroom website. Applications close May 15, 2017.

Don’t Miss the First Organic Grower Summit this December

Powered by the Organic Produce Network (OPN) and CCOF, the Organic Grower Summit is connecting organic growers and producers with supply chain and service providers. Join us December 13-14, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency Monterey.

For two days in Monterey, organic growers, producers, and processors will gather for information, education, and networking with the entire organic production supply chain. If you’re a supplier, service provider, equipment manufacturer, packaging company, or technology company, you won’t want to miss your customers at this event. 

EcoFarm Pre-Conference on Planning for Succession

Many organic farmers will retire in the next 10 years and are struggling with the questions: “How can I retire and how will I pass my knowledge to the next generation?” At the same time, young farmers are asking, “How can I get started, and build on what the elders have accomplished?”

We invite farmers of all generations to join California FarmLink, CCOF, and organic industry partners to explore options and learn about farmland and business succession strategies.

Getting the Degree

Where would you go to college if you wanted to become an organic farmer?

Going Organic Workshop in Rutherford a Success

The CCOF Foundation continues to bring together current and potential organic producers through our 2015 Going Organic workshops. These events are intended for those who are interested in going organic but may not know where to start, or for currently certified operations looking for more producers to source organic from. Each workshop helps assess how close an operation is to being organic and details the steps necessary to transition towards organic certification.

Healthy Soils Program Funds Available for Farmers—CCOF Can Help!

CDFA’s Healthy Soils Program is now accepting applications for grants to farmers and ranchers who implement on-farm practices to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and/or store carbon in soil, trees, and shrubs. Applications will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on September 19, 2017. 
 

Integrate Organic Practices Across Your Organization!

Organic Education Solutions has teamed up with CCOF to offer the Keep It Organic DVD in our store.

The Keep It Organic DVD was developed by experienced organic industry experts at Organic Education Solutions to help companies improve their organic training program and compliance to the organic regulations and company SOPs.

Last Chance to Get Your "Why Buy Certified Organic?" Postcards

Postcards

Our popular "Why Buy Certified Organic?" postcards are back! This informational postcard will help you educate shoppers about certified organic. These cards promote buying certified organic, explain what "certified organic" means, and name the top reasons to buy certified organic foods.

Meet the FFA Recipients of the Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund Awards!

The Future Farmers of America (FFA) was founded in 1928 by a group of young farmers with a mission to train future generations of American youth to meet the challenge of feeding a growing population. Today, their classes and clubs reach hundreds of thousands of young people across the United States. For the most part, these agriculturally-minded youth are trained in conventional agriculture.

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