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Certification Cost Share Program
The National Organic Certification Cost Share Program is now open for applications. The cost share program helps farmers and processors afford the expense of organic certification by refunding up to 75% of their certification costs per scope of operation, with a maximum of $750 per scope. Don't miss the opportunity to see how cost share can help you!
Documents: Handling - Processing
Applications (new and updates), forms, tools, and international documents are available here for Handlers and Processors
General Information
General information on NRCS/OT cross-training
Natural Resources Conservation Service - Organic Cross-Training
Overview of NRCS/OT/WSARE cross-training
2008 IGT Archive
In Good Tilth articles and issues from 2008
About Organicology
Join a full spectrum of participants in the organic foods trade, February 10-12, 2011, for 3 days of perspective enhancement, skill development, inspiration and celebration.
About our online producer search
Search for Oregon Tilth certified organic farmers and handlers.
Advertising Information
Information on advertising in IGT
Download Logos
links to download Oregon Tilth and OTCO logos for use in media and on packaging
Why Choose OTCO
Information about Organic Certification Services and Qualifications
Organic Resources Listings
Oregon Tilth's Organic Resources Listings
USDA National Organic Program
Information links and resources for certification to USDA NOP
Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)
General Information and links to standards and resources for fiber certification.
Canada Organic Regulations
General Information and links to standards and resources for certification to the Canadian Organic Regulations.
Standards and Regulations
Listing of Standards and links to download
Brands, Marketers and Manufacturers FAQ's
FAQ's specific to Processors and handlers
Get Certified
Steps to becoming certified organic with Oregon Tilth.
General OTCO Certification FAQ's
Certification-related frequently asked questions
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