Resources for Organic Certification of Research Sites and Facilities

eOrganic author:

Jim Riddle, University of Minnesota

Websites

  • Agricultural Marketing Service - National Organic Program [Online]. Agricultural Marketing Service United States Department of Agriculture. Washington, DC. Available at: http://www.ams.usda.gov/nop (verified 16 March 2010).
  • Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service [Online]. Spring Valley, WI. Available at: http://www.mosesorganic.org (verified 16 March 2010).
  • ATTRA - National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service: organic farming, sustainable ag, publications, newsletters [Online]. National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT). Fayetteville, AR. Available at: http://www.attra.org (verified 16 March 2010).
  • USDA ERS- Organic Agriculture [Online]. United States Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service. Washington, DC. Available at: http://www.ers.usda.gov/topics/natural-resources-environment/organic-agr... (verified 24 August 2015).
  • Organic Farming Research Foundation -- Home [Online]. Organic Farming Research Foundation. Santa Cruz, CA. Available at: http://ofrf.org/ (verified 16 March 2010).
  • OMRI - Organic Material Review Institute [Online]. Eugene, OR. Available at: http://www.omri.org/ (verified 16 March 2010).
  • Organic Trade Association [Online]. Greenfield, MA. Available at: http://www.ota.com/index.html (verified 17 Dec 2008).
  • New Farm For Farmers | Rodale Institute [Online]. Rodale Institute. Kutztown, PA. Available at: http://www.rodaleinstitute.org/new_farm (verified 16 March 2010).
  • The Organic Center [Online]. Washington DC. Available at: http://www.organic-center.org/ (verified 5 Nov 2015).
  • How to Go Organic - Resource for transitioning to organic [Online]. The Organic Trade Association. Greenfield, MA. Available at: http://www.howtogoorganic.com/ (verified 16 March 2010).
  • Organic Agriculture: Organic Agriculture Home [Online]. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome, Italy. Available at: http://www.fao.org/organicag/en/ (verified 16 March 2010).

 

Published May 22, 2019

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