OFRF Releases New Guide on Pesticide Drift Impacts

OFRF is pleased to announce the publication of its new educational guide titled, Avoiding Pesticide Drift Impacts on Organic Farms. Spray drift is a public health concern and an issue for organic farmers who suffer negative consequences should their organic fields become contaminated by pesticide drift. This guide provides steps organic farmers can take to reduce drift onto their farms, as well as practices conventional farmers can implement to reduce impacts on neighbors. 

OFRF Receives NIFA Grant for Soil Health Education & Outreach

OFRF is pleased to join the esteemed group of grant recipients announced by USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) on October 11th. The grants are provided for research that helps farmers and ranchers grow and market high quality organic products, and are funded through the Organic Agriculture Research and Extension Initiative (OREI) and Organic Transitions Program (ORG).

Compost Extracts Viable Alternative for Managing Weeds

Weeds are the bane of organic farmers—competing for water, space, light, and nutrients. Not surprisingly, in OFRF’s 2015 nationwide survey of organic farmers, research into effective weed management techniques emerged as a top priority.

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