Canada launches consultations for a Sustainable Agriculture Strategy to enhance environmental performance, support farmers, and strengthen the industry.
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada announced the launch of consultations to help guide the development of a Sustainable Agriculture Strategy (SAS).
COG hosted our Annual General Meeting on Wednesday April 12th, 2023 from 5:00pm-6:00pm.
Canadian Organic Growers released six bilingual research reports as part of a new research series titled ‘Barriers and Solutions in Canada’s Organic Food Supply Chain.
COG attended the 2023 Guelph Organic Conference, hosted by our partners at the Organic Council of Ontario. It was an insightful weekend of discussion and connection with the organic community in Ontario.
As 2022 draws to a close COG thanks all of our organic food producers, members, donors and sponsors. Without your support the work that COG does would not be possible.
Representing organic farmers, COG joined organic partners, farmers, and industry members on the hill to lobby on organic sector issues and priorities.
Join COG for a week of exciting programming to celebrate Organic Week 2022.
The Regenerative Organic Oats program aims to promote regenerative organic practices, educate program producers, and advance soil health techniques to combat climate change.
As the world’s second largest producer of wheat, India has made a sweeping ban on all wheat exports as of May 13th, 2022. “Although India is not a major wheat exporter, the move unsettled global markets with the Chicago benchmark wheat index rising by nearly 6%” (BBC). What can this mean for global food security? This export ban […]
Two of COG’s Board Directors, Gillian Flies and Allison J. Squires have shown great initiative with their outstanding work in agriculture. Gillian and Allison have showcased advocacy and leadership in their efforts toward a sustainable and resilient organic food system. Gillian Flies COG’s President and co-owner of The New Farm, Gillian Flies Has Been Named […]
Nature’s Path has unveiled the “Regenerative Organic Oats” (ROO) program in collaboration withCanadian Organic Growers (COG). With an annual budget of $100,000, the initiative aims to assistfour organic farmers in obtaining the Regenerative Organic Certification (ROC). The program seeks toenhance regenerative organic practices, promote education and advocacy, develop soil carbonsequestration methods, and establish an agriculture […]