The Frontier Centre for Public Policy recently released a policy study that questions the validity of Canada’s organic certification system. Continue reading Is Canada’s Organic Certification System effective?
The Guelph Organic Conference is this weekend, January 26-29, at the Guelph University Centre. The conference begins on Thursday with a day of … Continue reading Guelph Organic Conference – January 26-29, 2012
At the Vancouver office of the thegreenpages.ca network (our home office), we decided to venture into joining a organic farm co-operative (Community-supported agriculture – CSA). Our first CSA box arrived last Thursday from Glen Valley Organic Farm Co-operative and they did not disappoint. Continue reading Our first CSA has arrived
We often assume the only way to feed the world’s rapidly growing human population is with large-scale industrial agriculture. Many would argue that genetically altering food crops is also necessary to produce large enough quantities on smaller areas to feed the world’s people. Continue reading Small farms may be better for food security and biodiversity – Science Matters
We often assume the only way to feed the world’s rapidly growing human population is with large-scale industrial agriculture. Many would argue that genetically altering food crops is also necessary… Continue reading Small farms may be better for food security and biodiversity – Science Matters
The Organic Trade Association (OTA) in Canada is pleased to see the significantly amended Organic Products Regulations (OPR) published in Canada Gazette (Part I). Continue reading Organic Trade Association Applauds New Canadian Organic Regulations
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The Saskatchewan Organic Directorate is an umbrella organization that unites the province’s producers, processors, buyers, traders, certifiers and consumers of certified organic food and fibre.
It is incorporated as a non-profit membership organization. SOD’s mission statement is “To champion the development of organic agriculture in a democratic manner” and the Vision Statement is “Food for Life”.