Ready to Go Organic?

CCOF is continuing our services with staff working safely from home. Although response times may be slower, we are here to support you and welcome new applications to join the CCOF-certified family. Inspector resources are limited in some areas, and scheduling inspections may take longer than usual. Visit our Crisis Resilience page for COVID-19 updates and resources.
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Go Organic with Transitional Certification - Your Stepping Stone Toward Organic Certification

CCOF and the USDA have special tools to help you understand the requirements and assess how close your farm is to going organic. Start with our simple checklist for transitioning to certified organic. Or get the red, yellow, or green light for your specific operation by taking our self-assessment. This tool will help you understand how the organic regulations apply to your operation, let you see how ready your farm is for certification, and determine what you might still need to do to prepare. Ready to go organic? 

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Transitional Certification

As the demand for organic grows, CCOF’s Certified Transitional program provides a stepping stone towards organic certification. Expand your markets with this new program.

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Need More Resources?

From the USDA organic regulations to our organic checklist, we have the transition resources you need to get started.

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