POSTPONED: National Center for Appropriate Technology To Host Organic Farming Workshop in Mississippi

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Written by Meaghan Donovan on Monday, June 13, 2022

This event has been postponed. The new date will be announced when available.

Join the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) in Brookhaven, Mississippi, on June 17 for an in-person workshop that reviews what it takes to be a USDA-certified organic farmer.

The workshop, taking place both in the classroom and out in the field, will introduce participants to organic regulations. Come learn the basics of organic regulations, then see what they look like on a working organic farm! 

Workshop participants will tour CCOF-certified Ole Brook Organic Farm with an organic inspector and learn firsthand about the organic inspection process. Through a mock inspection, participants will learn what steps a farm needs to take to become certified organic. 

Workshop Details:

When: Postponed June 17, 2022, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Central Time

Ole Brook Organic Farm
2100 Oil Field Lane
Brookhaven, MS 

Cost: Free! Lunch will be provided.

Questions: Contact Felicia Bell at

Scroll down to Friday, June 17, to find the event. Click on RSVP to register.

This workshop is supported through a cooperative agreement with the USDA National Organic Program