Category Archives: Organic Seed Alliance

Organic Agriculture Research Symposium: Live Broadcasts!

Join eOrganic for selected live broadcasts from the Organic Agriculture Research Symposium in La Crosse, Wisconsin, on February 25 and 26. This online broadcast is free and open to the public. Advance registration is required, but you only need to … 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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Looking Back on OSA’s Successes in 2014

I’m excited to share our annual report with you today, which includes some of our most important successes in 2014. We are making tremendous progress in building regional seed systems, monitoring the state of organic seed at a national level, … 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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Which Non-GMO Silage Corn is Best for Your Farm?

Arcata, CA – Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) has published a report that details results from a silage corn variety trial. The trials were conducted in the North Coast of California to help the region’s farmers identify which organic and other … Continue reading

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