Sponsorship and Advertising

Sponsorship Opportunities

Canadian Organic Growers (COG), a national education charity established in 1988, envisions a regenerative and resilient organic food and farming system across Canada. COG advances the agriculture sector by providing programming, research, advocacy, on-farm training, and many resources to guide producers in their adoption of ecologically-based best management practices. We are engaged in policy work and industry development at the local, regional and national level and offer a voice for organic farmers and consumers to governments on matters related to food and farming. COG relies on the generous support of our sponsors to to help us grow, support and protect the organic regenerative sector across Canada. Join COG as a sponsor and become part of the movement!

For more information about sponsorship opportunities with COG please contact sponsorship@cog.ca.

COG National

By becoming a COG sponsor you are contributing to needed training, resources, research and advocacy COG offers to over 7,200 Canadian organic growers and producers. It is also vital to supporting the growing demand from thousands of regenerative producers who wish to adopt more ecologically-based, climate-friendly best management practices.

To learn more about our work please watch this brief video:


COG’s ROO is a first of is a first-of-its-kind in Canada to bolster regenerative organic certified oat production and improve farm resilience to climate change. ROO currently supports prairie organic oat growers in adapting best management practices to meet regenerative organic certification requirements.
A national cover crop training program developed by COG and delivered in partnership with Farmers for Climate Solutions and their FaRM program. COG’s curriculum can be regionally tailored to train farmers across Canada. Interested in supporting the expansion of cover crop training to farmers across the country?
COG’s 2.5 year research project that examined systemic organic supply chain barriers in six Canadian organic commodities (beef, carrots, blueberries, salad greens, oats and field peas). Our research ranked each barrier by these six organic commodity or product supply chains. CAP has examined the market impact of each and identifies leaders best qualified to implement measures to mitigate or eliminate each barrier.
Building from our success through our Growing Eastern Ontario Organically (GEOO) program, COG plans to continue providing farmers with the skills and knowledge to become more resilient to our changing climates and enhance local biodiversity. Interested in supporting climate resilience in your region?
Our school based, curriculum connected, hands-on program that teaches youth and children about organic gardening, healthy nutrition, and environmental issues. Currently GUO partners with individual schools to establish vegetable gardens on school grounds as the basis for experiential education at all grade levels. We develop and deliver garden-based workshops that are linked to the Ontario curriculum but are keen to expand the program into other cities and provinces. Support the next generation of growers.

Educational Materials

Support COG in growing our educational library of resources. COG has been publishing industry standard farming handbooks for over a decade and regularly update our editions.

COG also offers courses on a variety of subjects to farmers and growers across the country. COG is currently looking for sponsors to support the development of a cover crop training course for professionals.


Advertising Opportunities

Advertise with Canada’s national organic regenerative farmer and consumer organization. COG offers a comprehensive digital advertising opportunities to our large and growing national audience. For detailed information on these opportunities, download our Advertising kit by clicking on the button below.

If you have questions about any of the information contained in the kit, or are interested in taking advantage of one of these advertising opportunities, please get in touch. For all advertising inquiries please contact ads@cog.ca (all advertising requests are subject to internal approval).

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