How to Go Organic

HowToGoOrganic

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Pathway to Organic
North American Directory
North American Directory
Key Resources
OTA.comOrganic Trade Association is a membership-based business association that focuses on the organic business community in North America.

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Welcome to HowToGoOrganicâ„¢.com
Here you'll find an online collection of existing resources for anyone exploring how to transition to organic. The Organic Trade Association is proud to offer this premier resource to help cultivate the growth of organic farming.

bonterraThis site has been organized in to five sections.

  1. The Pathway for Producers, where the steps toward making the transition to organic are made clear and informative;
  2. The Pathway for Processors, where new or existing processors can learn what it takes to become certified organic;
  3. The North American Directory, where organic farming resources can be search by category or keywords;
  4. The Regional Guide, where organic farming resources are organized by state and region, and
  5. The Key Resources section, where the most relevant and useful resources have been identified by sector

Not finding what you need? Tell us what you think. And, good luck with going organic!

What People Are Saying about HowToGoOrganicâ„¢.com

"I wanted to let you know how much we like your new "How to Go Organic" site. It's great to know that there is now an easy-to-navigate, comprehensive resource available to our farmers and processors looking at organic certification."

-Catherine Cash, Organic Certification Specialist, Virginia Dept. of Agriculture

usdaWhat is “Certified Organic?”
"Certified Organic" means the item has been grown according to strict uniform standards that are verified by independent state or private organizations. Certification includes inspections of farm fields and processing facilities, detailed record keeping, and periodic testing of soil and water to ensure that growers and handlers are meeting the standards which have been set. Learn More »
 
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