There are lots of great organic/regenerative/ecological events happening this December, and we are excited to share them here. We hope you have fun at an ag event online or near you this month!
COG’s Regenerative Organic Oats (ROO) program is recruiting new participants! ROO supports Prairie organic oat growers in adopting regenerative practices and transitioning to regenerative organic management. Are you interested in joining our ROO program?
There are lots of great organic/regenerative/ecological events happening this November, and we are excited to share them here. We hope you have fun at an ag event online or near you this month!
COG’s Board President, Dr. Allison Squires spoke with Modern Farmer about the organic sector’s opposition to the federal government’s new policies on gene-edited seeds.
An insightful article on regenerative agriculture written by Dorthea Gregoire – COG’s Regenerative Organic Oats Program Manager.
A new digital resource hub for Canadian consumers delivers exceptional learning opportunities on the environmental, economic, health and social benefits of supporting sustainable and local agriculture.
New story reveals close industry collaboration on removal of government oversight of gene edited seeds.
Read our Regenerative Organic Oats Field Day recap blog post written by Dorthea Gregoire, COG’s ROO Program Manager – get a first hand account of our exciting regenerative organic field activities at our annual ROO field day in the Prairies this past July.
As Canada’s organic sector advances, a focused plan is needed to ensure that our future food systems include a strong foundation in organic. We are seeking your input to develop a plan and identify priorities.
Canadian Organic Growers (COG) is thrilled to announce that Karen Murchison has joined our team as our new Executive Director.
Canadian Organic Growers (COG) extends a warm welcome to Minister Lawrence MacAulay as he makes a return to the role of Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food.
Canada’s decision to allow GE seeds without disclosure risks organic farmers’ certifications. Transparency is crucial to maintain organic integrity.