Author Archives: Kristina Hubbard

Celebrating Our Big, Bold Organic Community

OSA staff recently returned from the Organicology conference in Portland, Oregon, where more than 1,000 people representing all sectors of the organic food chain gathered to discuss – and further create together – a vision for growing the organic sector … Continue reading

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Want to Learn the Latest in Organic Farming Research?

We hope you’ll join OSA in attending the first-ever Organic Agriculture Research Symposium (OARS). This unique gathering, hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems and Department of Agronomy, focuses on new and exciting developments in organic farming research. … Continue reading

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Do You Grow Cowpeas?

Hearing from farmers about their interest in — and experience with — different plant varieties allows public researchers to carry out relevant plant breeding projects and conduct useful variety trials. These feedback loops are essential to meeting the needs of … Continue reading

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Join Us in Advocating for Seed Stewards

Farmers who save and improve seed are innovators in their own right. Their seed decisions impact the quality of the food we eat, the health of our environment, and the diversity of seed available for future generations. Yet too much of our … Continue reading

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OSA to Host Symposium on Regional Plant Breeding Needs

  Announcement Follows Report that Identifies Severe Gaps in Public Breeding Infrastructure UPDATE (2/26/15): This symposium will now be hosted February of 2016 in conjunction with our 8th Organic Seed Growers Conference. Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) has announced that it … Continue reading

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