The project involves several Oregon Tilth certified organic operations.
This time of year, the cold shoulder of the spring season, we are seeding our earliest crops, finalizing the garden plan, and remembering lessons from years' past.
Oregon growers, producers and handlers who are certified organic by USDA accredited certifiers are eligible to receive 75% of their certification fees reimbursed, up to a maximum of $750 per annual certification period.
Action raises likelihood of renewed court challenge, says organic watchdog
NOP asks for comments on percentage claims in "made with" organic products.
Tiffanie Huson Labbe, Farm Program Manager, has written a letter updating all the clients with whom she's worked. We'll all miss you!
Oregon Tilth has made adjustments to the fee schedule that reflect the current state of our financial plan and goals. These changes are effective February 1, 2011.
Oregon Tilth is sharing a message from Winter Green Farm (certified organic since 1984) and Oregon Toxics Alliance (a partner environmental health organization) about Safe Public Places, a new initiative to promote an Integrated Pest Management Policy for Oregon’s state government. Oregon Tilth supports the initiative and wanted to spread the word to our network and invite your support.
The report, "The Role of Contracts in the Organic Supply Chain: 2004 and 2007," details the extent and logic in contracting organic operations.
The NOP published a proposed rule to renew the listing of 12 substances currently allowed in production and handling of organic foods.
David is one of Oregon Tilth's Board members. Congratulations David!
Initiative in its third year Funding to help organic producers and those transitioning to organic production implement resource conservation practices on their agricultural operations.
December 16th, 2010 - USDA announced the availability of the final environmental impact statement (EIS) regarding GM Alfalfa for public review
In November 2010, the National Organic Program (NOP) and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced updates to the US Canada Equivalency Agreement.
Last Thursday the House of Representatives approved a $4.5 billion child nutrition bill which will give schools more money to spend on school lunches as well as set new nutritional standards for all foods sold in schools.
First time GMO crops have been ordered to be destroyed.
Oregon Tilth's annual report has been posted.
Senate reaches agreement on food safety bill to exempt small farms.
Focus on the connections that buying locally have in our lives and reconnect our Thanksgiving traditions with local agricultural traditions of celebrating the harvest by asking individuals to "Take the Pledge" and purchase one locally grown item for their Thanksgiving meal.
Agricultural Marketing Service is responsible for providing oversight to accrediting certifying agents and their certification of organic production and handling operations. On an annual basis, AMS receives information about these operations from each of the accredited certifying agents.