The Kingdom of Bhutan made headlines in 2012 when it declared its goal of becoming the first nation in the world to convert to a 100 percent organic agricultural system. Bhutan’s National Organic Program Coordinator Kesang Tshomo leads the team supporting this vision, advocating for organic farming and processing techniques, and facilitating market development for this emerging sector. She will be among the impressive speakers for OTA’s 12th annual Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. Just two weeks away, OTA’s Policy Conference and Hill Visit Days will be held May 21- 22 at the Newseum and the Hall of the States, OTA’s home in Washington, D.C. There is still time for OTA members to register for the Policy Conference & Hill Visit Days. Do so today!
Bhutanese dignitary to address OTA Policy Conference
May 6, 2014 in Government Affairs & Policy
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