Organic Farmers Association
By Grit Staff | Dec 15, 2016
Rodale Institute has announced a new membership organization for organic farmers. Led by Elizabeth Kucinich or the Board Policy Chair for Rodale Institute, Organic Farmers Association will be available to organic farmers for counsel on policy issues, networking, and information sharing, and will serve as a resource center for organic farmers. With extensive experience in the policy sector in Washington, D.C., she will help ensure better representation for organic farmers on legislative issues and will make available resources to help organic farmers succeed.
To find out more, visit www.RodaleInstitute.org and search “Organic Farmers Association.”
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