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OFRF at 30th Annual MOSES Organic Farming Conference

OFRF is presenting and exhibiting at the upcoming 30th Annual MOSES Organic Farming Conference Feb. 21-23, 2019 in La Crosse, Wisconsin. More than 3,000 people are expected to gather at the conference, which features 60 workshops spanning farming topics for beginning to experienced farmers. Nine in-depth courses take place the Thursday prior to the conference in the trademark Organic University.

Brise Tencer Joins ASI Board

Newly appointed to the External Advisory Board of the UC Davis Agricultural Sustainability Institute (ASI), OFRF Executive Director Brise Tencer was introduced at the annual meeting in January in Davis, California.

 

“As a member of the ASI Board, I am honored to have this opportunity to represent the needs of the organic community,” said Tencer, adding that she looks forward to seeing organic initiatives and education grow within the UC system.

Current Research and Future Priorities Focus of OFRF Forum and Listening Session

OFRF would like to thank the researchers, farmers, and educators who participated in our sessions at Organicology in Portland last week. We couldn’t have done it without you! All of the presentations were first-rate—from improving the ability of growers to produce organic seed, to the wonders of barley—a plethora of new information and thoughtful discussion was shared at our Organic Agriculture Research Forum on Saturday.