Organic Farming Research Foundation works to foster the improvement and widespread adoption of organic farming systems. OFRF cultivates organic research, education, and federal policies that bring more farmers and acreage into organic production.


Organic Farmers Lead the Way Toward Climate-Smart Agriculture

June 26th, 2024|Farmer Stories, News|

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).

Farmer Led Trials Program Spotlight: Bob Quinn

June 7th, 2024|Farmer Stories, News|

Bob Quinn is a well-known fourth generation organic farmer growing grains in the plains of Montana. His farm grows winter wheat, alfalfa, and other grains. He is participating in OFRF's Farmer Led Trials (FLT) Program to work on developing a cold-hardy landrace winter wheat variety that's well-adapted for organic farming in the mountain west region.

Win-Win for Everyone

May 16th, 2024|News|

Keith Richards is the Chair of the OFRF Board of Directors. Here he shares what motivates him to support OFRF through annual donations and board service. And he offers a list of creative ways to donate, so that you can contribute to a "healthy agriculture that makes good use of resources and sustains life."





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