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Learn How to Grow Seed Commercially in California

Join OSA and the Northern California Seed Hub for this two-day training on how to incorporate seed production in your diversified farm plan. OSA’s Jared Zystro and Steve Peters, along with Ellen Bartholomew of Golden Rule and Jamie Chevalier of … Continue reading

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Join Us for a Southeast Variety Trial Field Day

OSA and Cornell University will host an evaluation field day of melons, cucumbers, and summer squash varieties at Ramblerill Farm in southern Orange County, North Carolina, on August 11, 2016. The field day will highlight cucurbit varieties that have shown … Continue reading

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Learn How to Grow Seed in Montana

Join Organic Seed Alliance in Montana this September for two hands-on trainings. The first event will teach farmers how to grow high-quality seed using organic farming methods and which specialty seed crops are ideal for their farm and climate. The … Continue reading

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Learn Commerical Organic Seed Production in California

Join the Southern California Seed Hub in Escondido this October to learn how to incorporate seed production in your diversified farm plan. Organic Seed Alliance’s Jared Zystro and Steve Peters will present this one-day workshop and field day that will … Continue reading

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Get Ready for Organicology!

Since 2009, over 3,200 participants representing all facets of the organic food sector have attendedĀ Organicology. Organic Seed Alliance, Oregon Tilth, Organically Grown Company, and Sustainable Food Trade Association are excited to bring you new educational tracks, engaging keynotes, and great … Continue reading

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