Your Voice Matters: Organic Research Survey Extended 

During these uncertain times, it is more important than ever that farmers and ranchers make their voices heard. OSA and the Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF) have released two national surveys: one for certified organic producers and a second for producers transitioning to organic. This collaborative effort is part of a project to learn about the challenges and research priorities of organic operations. Survey results will be published in updated versions of OFRF's National Organic Research Agenda (NORA) report and OSA's State of Organic Seed (SOS) report. If you're an organic producer, we need to hear from you!
 

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Webinar recordings from the 10th Organic Seed Growers Conference

Webinars recorded at the 10th Organic Seed Growers Conference are available for viewing. The recorded sessions are posted on eOrganic's YouTube channel and include: Accessing Agrobiodiversity: Practical Knowledge for Finding and Using Rare Seeds; Utilizing Agrobiodiversity; Stepping Up Biennial Seed Production; Small Scale Contract Seed Production Roundtable; and Seed Economics: Balancing Passion and Profit. Click the button below for more details on the webinar recordings as well as a photo slideshow of images captured by Trav Williams at Broken Banjo Photography. 
 

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Finding Solidarity in Our Alliance

OSA is not a membership organization. We are an Alliance. We are built of partnerships and create spaces for these partnerships to emerge and thrive outside our influence. Any individual or organization whose work, values, vision, or sense of shared responsibility aligns with ours (however imperfectly) is part of this Alliance, whether we've been working together for years or have yet to meet. Our commonality is the seed that we steward for generations to come. The mission of OSA – teaching farmers to save, grow, and improve seed, and advocating for policies that support their success – is imperative now more than ever. And working in solidarity with you, our Alliance, is the only way to get it done.
 

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What else is sprouting?

Ready for the Decade: Highlights from the Organic Seed Growers Conference

Now is the Time: Agriculture Resilience Act includes public cultivar research 

Sell! Buy!: Organic Seed Producers Directory connects growers and buyers

Small Seeds, Big Impact: Student Organic Seed Symposium registration open

Diggin' Up Rainbows: Colored carrot breeding project 

Best One Yet?: Annual California Organic Seed Summit shines bright

Invest in Resilience: GiveBIG this May 6th

Fortify Local Food Security: Supporting PNW farmers with PSB

Keeping Communities Healthy: OSA's response to COVID–19 


Meet us in the field

Organic Seed Potato Q&A
April 8, 2020 | Zoom | Learn more

Seed Potato Production and Breeding in Organic Systems
April 15, 2020 | eOrganic Webinar | Learn more

Student Organic Seed Symposium
July 30, 2020 | Morgantown, WV | Learn more

OSA's Community Field Day & Tasting
September 14, 2020 | Chimacum, WA | Learn more

IFOAM Organic World Congress and Seed Ambassadors Pre-Conference
September 21–27, 2020 | Rennes, France | Learn more

International Carrot Conference
October 5–6, 2020 | Mount Vernon, WA | Learn more

Organicology
February 11–13, 2021 | Portland, Oregon | Learn more

11th Organic Seed Growers Conference
February 9–12, 2022 | Corvallis, OR | Learn more

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