To add a crop to your Organic System Plan (OSP) and Client Profile send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
On-Farm Conservation Strategies: Natural Resources & Biodiversity Conservation
- Organic Regulations and Conservation
- Strategies for Species Diversity in Annual and Perennial Production
- More Information
Complete this attestation to demonstrate that your hemp production complies with NOP Instruction document 2040, the Agricultural Act of 2014 and The Statement of Principles on Industrial Hemp.
Use this form to provide all crops currently growing (or planned to be grown) on your certified organic parcel(s).
Describe any mushroom production done by your operation
Complete this form if a change to an organic business you manage or own results in a new Tax ID, business structure, or owner. Other business changes may also require this form to be submitted, at CCOF’s discretion.
We want to help our certified members grow their businesses, and in doing so the organic marketplace. One way we promote our members is by maintaining a searchable online directory of our certified operations. Those looking to find organic products or services can search by keyword, location, or sales method, including Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), farmers' markets, wholesale, export, and more.
We review websites and marketing of CCOF certified operations to ensure that organic claims are truthful and not misleading about the status of organic and nonorganic products. We look for any use of the word “organic” as well as the CCOF logo or USDA seal. Learn more about what CCOF looks for on a website and marketing to help you design a compliant website and prevent consumer confusion.
Learn more about what CCOF looks for on a website to help you design a compliant website and prevent consumer confusion.
This form applies to uncertified storage facilities used by CCOF operations to store unsealed product or product in permeable packaging. It also applies to uncertified brokers, traders, wholesalers, or distributors that provide organic products to CCOF certified operations. It is not required for uncertified handlers supplying organic product in sealed, impermeable containers with final retail labeling that identifies the organic status and original certified producer.