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Midwest Organic Sustainable Education Services (MOSES)

MOSES is a 501(c)3 education-outreach organization working to promote sustainable and organic agriculture. MOSES organizes the Organic Farming Conference and the Organic University, held annually in La Crosse, WI. Offering resources to farmers including a Farmer Transition Hotline, the Upper Midwest Organic Resource Directory, 10 Organic Farming Fact Sheets, the Organic Broadcaster, a bimonthly newsletter, bookstore and Help Wanted: Organic Farmers information packet.

MOSES is best known for organizing the largest organic farming conference in the country, the Organic Farming Conference. From its humble beginning with 90 attendees over nineteen years ago, the conference now attracts over 2300 people to this event each year. The Organic University, which precedes the conference on Thursday, consists of in-depth, full-day courses that provide detailed information critical to the successful production and marketing of organic crops and livestock.

Other projects include the Organic Farmer Mentoring Program, the Transitioning Farmer Hotline and the Organic Watershed Project.

In addition MOSES also publishes the Upper Midwest Organic Resource Directory is a resource for farmers, extension agents, students and others in the Midwest who seek information about certification agencies, state and government agencies, farmer co-ops, networks, suppliers, processors, buyers and much more. The directory is available through the MOSES office or online on the MOSES website.

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