Studies show that antibiotic resistance in humans linked to antibiotic use on farm animals.
US Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack inaugurated the new blog pages of the "Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food" Initiative.
On the eve of this Independence Day holiday, Oregon Tilth Executive Director shares his own Declaration and food for thought.
Oregon Tilth is pleased to announce that Gwendolyn Wyard, our Processing Program Technical Specialist, has been nominated for the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) certifier seat.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) recently announced that the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation’s (FCIC) Board of Directors approved the expansion of the Livestock Gross Margin Dairy Cattle (LGM-Dairy) insurance plan into Idaho and Oregon for the 2011 crop year.
Check out Oregon Tilth’s very own featured organic certification expert explaining the role of certifiers in the organic system and the work they do to promote and protect organic integrity!
Discounts on Annual Registration Fee Now Available for Northwest Food Buyers and Sellers - DEADLINE JUNE 30th
It's funny how the sun changes everything! We're up to our eyebrows in weeds and greens, among other things...
Between tabling at City Hall's organic garden rededication and sitting on a climate discussion panel alongside author Anna Lappé, Oregon Tilth had a major presence at Portland's Food and Climate Day.
Oregon Tilth recently made minor, but significant changes to our European Union Program, which will allow Certification Agencies to be approved for direct export to the EU.
Oregon Tilth submitted comments on many of the items and recommendations that the National Organic Standards Board will be discussing at their meeting in 2 weeks.
Join the City of Portland for the rededication of the organic garden at City Hall followed by a panel discussion featuring author Anna Lappé and Tilth's executive director Chris Schreiner.
Spring in the demonstration garden means a lot of things: seedlings are sprouting, greens are growing, shot-weed has shot, volunteers are our saviors, onions are out, the wind is relentless, and classes are everything!
This week the OEC team tamed the unruly forest garden thicket!
February 12, 2010- the NOP released the final pasture regulation with a 120 day implementation period. All organic livestock operators should immediately read.
There is still time for OTCO farmers to apply for financial or technical assistance!
Check out new book on Edible Heirlooms by Tilth friend, Bill Thorness.
Today the USDA released the first of its kind comprehensive survey data conducted on organic farms across the nation. The report, along with the complete data tables, show the most comprehensive data collected on organic agriculture by the USDA.
Expanding the Organic Education Center's garden-based classes in partnership with Faubion Elementary School and the City of Portland
Oregon Tilth is partnering with the City of Portland to help you grow and enjoy food that’s good for you and the planet.