Author Archives: Cathleen McCluskey

OSA Anniversary Address by Matthew Dillon

The 7th Organic Seed Growers Conference drew a record turnout, with 450 participants attending the event in Corvallis, Oregon, from January 30 – February 1, 2014, and an additional 400 people joining the conference via live webinar. OSA co-founder, Matthew Dillon, … Continue reading

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A Letter From Our Director

Inspirational. Professional. Scientific. These are just a few words used by participants to describe our 7th Organic Seed Growers Conference held in Corvallis, Oregon, this past January. (Read more reviews and highlights here.) Thanks again to our generous sponsors as well as … Continue reading

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Limited Edition Posters Now Available

Support Organic Seed Alliance this spring and we’ll send you a limited edition poster (see below) for gifts of $25 and more. Posters are available until we run out! Help us build regional, organic seed systems with a tax-deductable contribution. … Continue reading

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California Organic Wheat Variety Trial Results Available

Organic Seed Alliance released a new report today with results from its 2013 organic wheat variety trials conducted in California. Helping growers identify appropriate varieties is key to increasing the production and profitability of organic wheat on the North Coast … Continue reading

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New Survey: Organic Farmers Pay the Price for GMO Contamination

We know contamination is a huge problem for farmers who don’t grow genetically engineered (GE) crops. With one day left for the public to submit comments to the USDA on “coexistence”, Food & Water Watch in partnership with the Organic Farmers’ Agency … Continue reading

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