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Register now for organic farming research symposium

The Organic Agriculture Research Symposium (OARS) will be hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems and Department of Agronomy Feb. 25-26 in La Crosse, WI, just prior to the MOSES Organic Farming Conference. More than 40 presenters from across the United Statesand abroad will share the latest developments in organic farming [...]

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Add your voice!

The Annual Fund is seeing a lot of early success, positioning OTA and COTA to make 2015 another positive and productive year for the organic sector. Thus far, $424,690 has already been raised toward this year’s $1 million goal! The Annual Fund provides one-fifth of your trade association’s income, and enables us to work directly with [...]

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Latest companies to pledge their support

OTA thanks the following companies who pledged this past week: MOM’s Organic Market, who joined the Leadership Circle; AgroThrive Inc., Chino Valley Ranchers, Crosset Company LLC, Hy-Line North America, Naturepedic Organic Mattresses, Ribus Inc., SPINS, and To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co. Please join our unified voice, and support OTA’s 2015 Annual Fund Campaign.

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OTA’s Annual Fund kicks off with major success!

Just one week into the official kick-off of the OTA Annual Fund campaign, the totals have rocketed toward the $1 million goal. With $348,746 already raised, OTA and COTA are positioned to make this another positive and productive year for the organic sector. Day in and day out, OTA’s staff works directly with OTA’s members to [...]

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Companies pledging their early support

OTA thanks the following for pledging their early support to this year’s Annual Fund: Driscoll’s, KeHE, QAI Inc., Rembrandt Foods, Frontier Co-op, Organic Partners International LLC, Vitins Consulting, Country Choice Organic, Sunrise Foods International Inc., Grant Lundberg, Lehigh Valley Organic Growers (LVOG, Inc.), Doguet’s Rice Milling Company, Nature’s Sungrown Foods Inc., Richard D. Siegel Law [...]

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20% member discount on organic insert in SF Chronicle

OTA is once again partnering with MediaPlanet Publishing to release the fifth edition of The Organic Living series, to be published within The San Francisco Chronicle (500,000+ reader reach) on March 4, with an associated digital edition for multimedia platforms. OTA has negotiated a 20 % discounted advertising rate as an exclusive opportunity for the [...]

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20% discount on organic insert in SF Chronicle

OTA is once again partnering with MediaPlanet Publishing to release the fifth edition of The Organic Living series, to be published within The San Francisco Chronicle (500,000+ reader reach) on March 4 and with an associated digital edition for multimedia platforms. OTA has negotiated a 20 percent discounted advertising rate as an exclusive opportunity for [...]

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Reps urged to take part in IFOAM General Assembly

The International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM) will hold its General Assembly in Istanbul, Turkey, October 16 and 17 at the Harbiye Military Museum. The General Assembly, which begins at 9 a.m. on October 16, is the place where you can exercise your voting power and influence directly the strategic direction of IFOAM. You can [...]

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Natural & clean label debate

Navigator-USA will hold a free online debate on Natural & Clean Label Trends on Tuesday, Sept. 30, starting at 11:30 a.m. EDT. Panelists will include Nicole Dawes (CEO of OTA member Late July Organic Snacks), Phil Anson (CEO of EVOL Foods), Kristen Polovoy (attorney with Montgomery McCracken), Stephen Gardner (Director of Litigation for the Center [...]

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October 14 webinar on using cover crop mixtures

Join eOrganic for an October 14 webinar focusing on “Using Cover Crop Mixtures to Achieve Multiple Goals on the Farm,” in which a team of researchers at Penn State University will discuss the use of cover crop “cocktails” or mixtures to achieve weed suppression, nitrogen scavenging, nitrogen provisioning, and attracting beneficial insects and pollinators. Results [...]

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