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A Conversation on Why Organic Matters with the Farm to Table Talk Podcast

I sat down with Farm to Table Talk host Rodger Wasson to discuss why organic matters with him. We dove right into CCOF’s Roadmap to an Organic California, a first-of-its-kind research project that investigates how organic is a solution to California’s toughest challenges.
 
From the climate crisis to economic and health inequities, I walked Wasson through organic’s role in addressing these issues, and more.

A Tribute to CCOF’s Cathy Calfo: Her Guiding Light Advances Organic Agriculture

I have witnessed Cathy Calfo’s vivacious drive since 2011 when she became the Executive Director of CCOF.  Since that time, she has been a friend, mentor, confidant and co-conspirator in advancing all things organic.
 
During her eight-year tenure, she achieved many policy and advocacy successes for organic agriculture in California and the Nation.
 
Cathy will leave the organization in March, in the good hands of Kelly Damewood.
 
I recently had the privilege of speaking with Cathy about her work at CCOF, commitment to organic a

Alice Waters, Carey Gillam, and More Speakers at the 2019 CCOF Annual Meeting and Conference

AliceWatters
Join us February 26-27 for the CCOF Annual Meeting and Conference–Organic Generation: The Next Era. You’ll hear from a host of inspiring speakers and presenters, including acclaimed chef, author, and food activist Alice Waters; investigative journalist and author of Whitewash Carey Gillam; CEO of the Ceres Community Project Cathryn Couch; and more.

Announcing the Newest Resource for Organic Advocates: “Roadmap to an Organic California: Policy Report”

Roadmap
The Roadmap to an Organic California: Policy Report is the next installment of a first-of-its-kind research project that investigates how organic is a solution to California’s toughest challenges. 
 
Tackling climate change, economic challenges, and health inequities can feel daunting, but our Roadmap offers nearly 40 policy recommendations to grow organic to combat climate change and build healthier, more secure communities. 
 
To help us create our bold vision for Californ

Apply for Appointment to CCOF's LLC Management Committee

The CCOF Board of Directors is seeking applications from individuals for appointment to the CCOF Certification Services, LLC Management Committee. The LLC Management Committee is appointed by the board and has the responsibility to control and manage the business and affairs of CCOF Certification Services, LLC.

Attending EcoFarm? Join CCOF for a Celebration

Eco Farm Blog Photo
Photo by Liz Birnbaum
 
CCOF is hosting a reception to celebrate the release of the Policy Report for the Roadmap to an Organic California project.

Black CCOF Patch “Trucker” Hats are Back in Stock!

Back by popular demand, our black trucker-style hats featuring a “Support Organic Farmers” CCOF patch on the front are in stock in the CCOF store! This style has been incredibly popular–so act fast.

These hats are black organic cotton twill with a foam front, flat bill, and mesh back. One size fits all. Get one for your favorite farmer or organic supporter today!

Blueprint for an Organic World: 2016 Annual Meeting and Conference

Register now for the 2016 Annual Meeting and Conference on February 29 in Sacramento!

Born in DC, Raised in Senegal, & Studying Organic with a Little Help from MOM’s Organic Market

Malcolm St Cyr
Many people and organic businesses from around the country often ask those of us at CCOF, “So, does CCOF only work in California?” The short answer is, “No, we’re all across North America!” 
 
CCOF Certification Services certifies more than 4,300 operations across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The CCOF Foundation grants to students, teachers, and farms all across the country. So, when we say that we want to create a world where organic is the norm, we mean it.

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