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Wood/biomass, Hydropower, Solar, Wind, Tidal, Geothermal, Ocean Thermal, etc...
Dexters are one of the smallest breeds of Cattle and are a dual purpose breed believed to have originated in Ireland.
AmeriMint Soil Rejuvenator
Certifiers, Eco Groups, Trade Groups etc. ...
Our audience profile was assembled within a 10 year period of time. We utilized key advertisers in developing strategic questionnaires geared towards our sustainable industry.
A Farm Story; Z Ranch by Judi Gerber
Abu Zubair's path to becoming a farmer is an interesting one. He started out as an electrical engineer and became an organic farmer ...
All Things Poultry by Barbara Aaron
The best environment will provide both shelter from wind, rain, sun and predators. It will also provide suitable vegetation for the bird to eat and peck.
Alternative Organics - Reese Tipis as Alternative Greenhouses III by Henry Carol
Part III - Greg is really impressed with the performance of the tipi because it seems to be self-regulating and requires little adjusting. Since his valley has an elevation of 4,000 feet, his solar radiation is good ...
Ask the Certifier by
I am an organic producer certified to the National Organic Program (NOP). My buyer mentioned that some of my product might be shipped to Europe and asked if I had EU verification. Isn't my NOP certification enough? What is the difference between these programs?
A New Film Sheds Light on "The Future of Food" by Joe Nolan
In her new movie, "The Future of Food," Deborah Koons Garcia delivers a poetic, learned, inspired film about the challenges of farming in the 21st century ...
Alternative Organics - Reese Tipis as Alternative Greenhouses II by Henry Carol
Part II - As I have traveled the world I have seen all types of greenhouses. They have varied from the low cost, wood frame with plastic to the bent tubing wrapped with visqueen that may last a single season ...
Announcing PurelyNaked, a new e'Zine and website by
Announcing PurelyNaked, a new e'Zine and website targeted and focusing on the needs of the natural and organic health and beauty consumer and professional alike.
Action Alert; Deregulation of Roundup Ready Alfalfa by
Beginning in 2006, the Center for Food Safety (CFS) and others took legal action against the Department of Agriculture's (USDA) illegal approval of Monsanto's genetically engineered (GE) Roundup Ready alfalfa.
Alternative Organics - Reese Tipis as Alternative Greenhouses by Dion Puzon Sr.
Part I - WOW - Organic Producer and Reese Tipi's bring you a three-part editorial series featuring the GreenHouse TipiTM ...
Ask The Certifier - OCIA by OCIA
Looking at using several feed supplements for my cattle. Are there any ingredients I should specifically watch out for? What happens if I feed them a supplement that contains a non-approved ingredient?
Additional Improvements at Manufacturing Facility Expand Production Capacity by
Organic Growing Systems Inc., a subsidiary of Advanced Growing Systems, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: AGWS), announced today a major step forward toward broad commercialization of its organic fertilizer lines with the introduction to the marketplace of the Company's newly designed plastic bag.
Addressing Risk Factors of Organic Production; Certification by Bob Turnbull and Kathleen Delate
At something less than 2 per cent, organic agriculture is a tiny segment of a very large market despite a decade of double digit growth in consumer demand. Whether at the farm, processing or retail level, premium pricing driven by the high demand is often cited as a major, though not sole, incentive for assuming the risks associated with organic production.
Agriculture Secretary Vilsack Outlines USDA Efforts by USDA Office of Communications
March 21, 2013 - Agriculture Secretary Vilsack Outlines USDA Efforts to Raise a Healthier Generation of Americans; Highlights Benefits for Business and the Economy
A Commentary by "Peppermint" Jim Crosby
"Quality of Life"
A Holiday Recipe for Success by Organic Producer
The holiday season is a time for togetherness, good friends and family, and best of all, delicious food.
A New Optimism by Jaclyn Deweese
After 30 years of conventional farming, James Maberry of Dawn, Mo. never second guesses his decision of transitioning his farm into organic production. - “I feel like a farmer again,” said Maberry.
A regulation hazardous to the health of our country by Sanitsuda Ekachai
May we know their names? May we ask, who are the people that are trying to kill not only organic farming and herbal medicine in Thailand, but Thai food itself?
Agri-business giants launch new coalition by
A new coalition of major agri-business companies will launch a campaign today to promote agricultural technology as a solution to meet expanding demands for food and fuel.
Alternative Energy - Solar Energy by Larisa Redins
With all of the controversy surrounding the price of fuel and other electricity forms in recent times, solar energy is definitely increasing in popularity. However, just what is solar energy? Solar energy basically converts light from the sun into useable electricity.
Ask The Certifiers by
1. We have been growing watermelons, squash, and different kinds of cuberids on our small farm of 10 acres here in southern IL.
2.If one certifier has problems certifying a producer, can the producer search out different certifier to take their place?
Autumnal Gardening by Organic Producer Magazine
Now is also the time to plant bulbs, make compost, divide perennials and prepare growing beds for next spring ...