Pushing Farming Beyond Organic
I was on the road to visit Dorn Cox, a young farmer who lives and works on his family's 250-acre organic farm, called Tuckaway, near Lee, New Hampshire. Dorn calls himself a “carbon farmer,” meaning he thinks about carbon in everything he does.
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Organic farming workshops will span seasons
NOFA/Mass will present a season-long, three-workshop series at Brix Bounty Farm in Dartmouth. Participants will see and experience how Brix Bounty's production evolves from early-season fertility and plant propagation to mid-season management and fall …
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Why are organic farmers across Britain giving up?
The Quenaults' farm was certified by one of the main British certification bodies, Organic Farmers and Growers, but differences in Jersey's subsidy regime mean their situation is different from that on English, Welsh and Scottish farms. After a period …
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Organic Certification Is Costly, but Help Is on the Way for Athens Farms
Although agriculture is the leading industry in Georgia, less than one percent of the state's farms are organic. As of December 2014, there were merely 70 certified organic farms in Georgia. Georgia does have a larger number of Certified Naturally …
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