Join the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) for a workshop that reviews what it takes to be a USDA-certified organic farmer. The two-part hybrid workshop includes both an online session and an in-person farm tour with a mock organic inspection.
The CCOF Annual Meeting convenes the CCOF membership to report on progress towards our vision of a world where organic is the norm.
Mark your calendar now for this special event.
In 2021, CCOF supported organic growers through the pandemic and launched new programs such as the OCal Cannabis Certification, Regenerative Organic Certified™, and our new food safety program, PrimusGFS.
The California Farm Demonstration Network (CDFN) is hosting a four-part series about California soils. This series will feature four speakers, each with extensive knowledge of California agriculture and soils. Speakers will cover various topics, including composting, orchard recycling, soil sampling, testing for microbial dynamics, and more.
PART 1 | March 24, 2021 | 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Join the CCOF family for a special viewing of Gather this Thursday, December 10 at 5:30 p.m. PST. Director Sanjay Rawal has generously donated his time to participate in a live Q&A session that will take place after the film screening.
The Real Organic Project celebrates nearly 500 farms nationwide and is expanding its educational efforts this winter by inviting farmers and students to attend their Virtual Symposium each Sunday in January from 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. PST at a reduced rate, or to view the recorded sessions for free. The 2021 symposium, titled “Can Real Organic Farming Be Saved?” features over 60 leading voices in sustainable agriculture and food, including Al Gore, Vandana Shiva, Leah Penniman, Paul Hawkin, Chanowk Yisrael, JM Fortier, Elliot Coleman, and Dan Barber.
Friends of Butte Creek presents the online Wild and Scenic Film Festival on Friday, November 20. Watch beautiful and educational films from the comfort of your home while supporting salmon and their habitat. All donations support Friends of Butte Creek’s restoration efforts on Butte Creek, as well as the water rights endowment for the salmon. The event starts at 6:30 p.m., and your admission to watch the films is good through Thursday, November 26. Visit Friends of Butte Creek for film summaries and information on tickets.
Are you interested in planting hedgerows of native plants on you farm, but aren’t quite sure how to get started? The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is currently offering free consultations and free plants to California farmers interested in planting hedgerows on their land.