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Oregon Tilth is a nonprofit research and education membership organization dedicated to biologically sound and socially equitable agriculture. Oregon Tilth offers educational events throughout the state of Oregon, and provides organic certification services to organic growers, processors, and handlers internationally.

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Advocacy

Comcast spotlights Oregon Tilth's Executive Director, Chris Schreiner. Learn more about Tilth's mission and how organic agriculture is here to stay.
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Education and Research

Oregon Tilth launched the Transitioning Farmer Network to help growers shift to organic production. Space still available!
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Certification

In 2004, Brian Severson Farms started the transition to organic production with just 20 acres. Today, their farm currently has 150 acres certified organic by Oregon Tilth.
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If You’ve Eaten an Organic Apple This Week, Thank Rachel Carson

If You’ve Eaten an Organic Apple This Week, Thank Rachel Carson

Apr 21, 2014 07:47 AM

Carson’s book about agrochemicals launched the modern environmental movement, but the work she started in Silent Spring is far from finished.

Organic Fire Blight Prevention Project

Organic Fire Blight Prevention Project

Apr 04, 2014 09:46 AM

The Organic Center has completed a project providing critically needed information on how to prevent fire blight from decimating apple and pear orchards without the use of antibiotics.

Organic solutions prove effective in livestock

Organic solutions prove effective in livestock

Apr 01, 2014 09:44 AM

A new study found that organic medicinal treatments for livestock can be just as effective as conventional treatments. Researchers at North Carolina State University compared herbal treatments for infections such as mastitis with conventional antibiotics.

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