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Seeds of Success Webinar – NRCS Organic Practice 823 Strategies and Best Practices

The Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF), is partnering with the Organic Farmers Association (OFA), and National Organic Coalition (NOC) to host a series of virtual farmer-to-farmer networking sessions, Seeds of Success. During this session OFA will discuss NRCS Organic Practice 823, (Organic Transition Initiative) which is specifically meant to help those transitioning to organic operations, by cost-sharing and providing technical support on practices organic and transitioning farmers want to implement on their farms.

By |2024-07-02T21:12:20+00:00June 20th, 2024|Comments Off on Seeds of Success Webinar – NRCS Organic Practice 823 Strategies and Best Practices

Seeds of Success: Farmer-Researcher Networking Session

Have you ever wondered how to connect with a farmer or researcher to conduct on-farm research? This Researcher- Farmer Virtual Networking event will highlight the successes and challenges of engaging in farmer-researcher partnerships and focus on building positive outcomes for farmer and researcher collaboration in organic agriculture.

By |2023-10-18T21:27:07+00:00October 4th, 2023||Comments Off on Seeds of Success: Farmer-Researcher Networking Session

Organic Farmers Lead the Way Toward Climate-Smart Agriculture

At Lazy Eight Stock Farm, farmer Bryce Baumann has worked with local NRCS agents in Kentucky to transition to organic production, and is now implementing practices to reduce plastic use and protect soil through the Climate-Smart Agriculture Program coordinated by the Organic Association of Kentucky (OAK).

By |2024-07-01T16:57:19+00:00June 26th, 2024|Farmer Stories, News|0 Comments

Farmer Led Trials Program Spotlight: Verdant Phoenix Farm

Rhianna Simes, M.S.Ed. owns and operates Verdant Phoenix Farm, a 10 acre urban farm and education center located in Jackson County, Oregon. The farm is managed as a no-till production system and is certified organic. She is participating in OFRF's Farmer Led Trials (FLT) Program to test the success of occultation as opposed to tillage as a field preparation solution for no-till farming.

By |2024-07-15T16:15:40+00:00July 15th, 2024|Farmer Stories, News|0 Comments
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