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Non-profit educational association serving accredited organic certification agencies whose clients' products are marketed in the US. Activities include on-line discussion forum for certification agencies, newsletters, training programs for certification agency staff.
Our company ACME Agriculture and Food Ltd. is a certified organic handler and food distributor in Toronto, Canada. Our organic value added grain and oil seeds products are being sold in food networks and supermarkets in Ontario. We also buy and sell specialty and organic seeds.
The Alliance for Organic Integrity is bringing together key actors from the organic sector to strengthen the integrity of organic guarantees through working with partners to identify deficiencies, develop action plans and to reward good performance, combat fraud and create solutions.
Bai-Si is a Biologically Active Immune Protector Based on Active Silicon, its environmentally friendly, does not contain impurities, does not change soil micro flora, 100% assimilation (ion form), antioxidant, and it's not toxic, Bai-Si is to ensure high productivity of agricultural crops and to protect plants from diseases.
The main advantages of Bai-Si :
The Preparation contains silicon in ion form not in chelated.
Sprouting increasing of seeds for 15-20%
Pesticides use decreasing fo...
I am a researcher, consultant and inspector with over 30 years of experience in organic agriculture. I have served on the IFOAM Standards Committee, the Principles of Organic Agriculture Task Force, the Technology Innovation Platform of IFOAM's Council, and am past President of IFOAM North America.
The Canada Organic Trade Association is the membership-based trade association for the organic sector in Canada, representing growers, shippers, processors, certifiers, farmers associations, distributors, importers, exporters, consultants, retailers and all points along the organic value chain.
COTA's mission is to promote and protect the growth of organic trade to benefit the environment, farmers, the public and the economy. COTA recognizes the business of organic farming as the foundati...
COG is Canada’s national organic charity and is a champion for the organic stewardship of land, food and fibre. COG publishes The Canadian Organic Grower Magazine as well as handbooks on organic growing and livestock production. We host trainings and conferences, work with schools, and educate all Canadians about the benefits of organics.
Certified Naturally Grown (CNG) provides certification for direct-market farmers and beekeepers throughout North America. CNG is a Participatory Guarantee System, relying on peer inspections to verify production practices meet certification standards. This approach strengthens the organic movement and supports direct market farms by fostering knowledge exchange and valuable connections between members of local farming communities. CNG certified producers gain access to graphic design services...
The Certified Organic Associations of British Columbia (COABC) represents organic certifying agencies in British Columbia. We administer the province’s organic accreditation program and support and advocate for a stronger, more resilient organic sector.
- Accreditation to member agencies who inspect and certify organic farms throughout BC, for both provincial (BCCOP) and federal/international (COR) certification programs
- Administration of the BC Certified Organic Program (B...
The Coopérative de solidarité du Café équitable is a not-for-profit association offering products and services associated to the promotion of fair trade goods, best organic practices and quality-control and related issues. These are provided to the members of Cooperative Coffees, its Southern producer partners, and its support members.
Dr. Bronner’s mission and commitment is dedicated to building an engine for promoting and advancing positive social change. From pioneering USDA certified organic personal care products, to creating Fair Trade projects across the world that ensure fair and just treatment of farmers and workers, to creating a socially responsible workplace here in the U.S., we strive to honor our heritage with progressive business practices, while devoting profits to worthwhile causes and charities worldwide.
Dr. Dilip Nandwani works for the Tennessee State University (TSU) as Professor of Organic Agriculture, which was founded in 1912, TSU is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant institution in Nashville, Tennessee. Organic agriculture program is part of Department of Agricultural and Environmental Science conduct organic research, extension and education to address the needs of stakeholders throughout the state, national and international agriculture development activities. Since jo...
1. Cover and management (C – factor) research on horticultural crops for erosion prediction, nutrient management, and conservation planning, and also to prevent soil erosion and climate change. 2. Organic production of horticultural crops with animal and forest wastes. 3. Conducting fruit quality and soil physico-chemical changes on organic orchard, vineyard, and vegetable plots. 4. No-till organic vegetable production with composted animal wastes for nutrient management and conservation pl...
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Ecocert is an inspection and certification body established in France in 1991. Ecocert Inc. was created in 2008 in San Francisco, California, as a subsidiary of Ecocert Group. From its creation, Ecocert has specialized in the certification of organic agricultural products and has diversified its range of services to include organic and natural cosmetics, ecoproducts, fair trade, green spaces, etc. Ecocert Inc. answers to US clients’ request to receive a worldwide, well-known certification ...
I am a retired organic inspector of 20 years and IPM consulting experience. Through OLLI (Osher Life Long Learning Institute, affiliated with the Denver University College systemI have recently conducted a 7 week class titled "The Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture and Food Production". The class progressed from prehistoric agriculture through comparisons of organic and conventional production. The imperatives of organic systems were emphasized to preserve our rapidly declining soil qual...