Looking for change in Washington, D.C? 

We need YOU to take action. Check here for the most pressing action needed for vibrant organic farms.

Tell Your Members of Congress to Support Organic Dairies:  Finalize OOL

Remind Congress that USDA is perilously close to missing a deadline set by Congress for finishing a long-overdue rule to increase the standards for how livestock are transitioned into organic (the “Origin of Livestock” (OOL) rule.)

Take Action

Remind Congress: USDA Must Meet Congressional Deadlines to Protect Organic Integrity

Coronavirus continues to dominate Washington, D.C., but we also need to ensure the rules and enforcement needed to protect integrity of the organic label aren’t forgotten.  The USDA is past its deadline to prevent fraud in organic supply chains (the Strengthening Organic Enforcement rule required by the 2018 Farm Bill) and the deadline for finishing up the Origin of Livestock rule (about transitioning livestock into organic) is June 17.

Take Action

Tell Your Members of Congress to Support Organic Farmers

It’s never a bad time to tell your elected officials why they should support policies that organic farmers need. They always need to hear from their constituents what is really happening on the ground, especially on organic farms.

Take Action

Support the Agriculture Resilience Act

Tell your Representative to support this bill and make farming part of the solution to climate change. In February 2020, Rep. Chellie Pingree (D-ME) introduced the Agriculture Resilience Act.  The bill sets a goal of reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions in U.S. agriculture by the year 2040.

Take Action

Looking for change in Washington, D.C? 

We need YOU to take action. Check here for the most pressing action needed for vibrant organic farms.

Tell Your Members of Congress to Support Organic Dairies:  Finalize OOL

Remind Congress that USDA is perilously close to missing a deadline set by Congress for finishing a long-overdue rule to increase the standards for how livestock are transitioned into organic (the “Origin of Livestock” (OOL) rule.)

Take Action

Remind Congress: USDA Must Meet Congressional Deadlines to Protect Organic Integrity

Coronavirus continues to dominate Washington, D.C., but we also need to ensure the rules and enforcement needed to protect integrity of the organic label aren’t forgotten.  The USDA is past its deadline to prevent fraud in organic supply chains (the Strengthening Organic Enforcement rule required by the 2018 Farm Bill) and the deadline for finishing up the Origin of Livestock rule (about transitioning livestock into organic) is June 17.

Take Action

Tell Your Members of Congress to Support Organic Farmers

It’s never a bad time to tell your elected officials why they should support policies that organic farmers need. They always need to hear from their constituents what is really happening on the ground, especially on organic farms.

Take Action

Support the Agriculture Resilience Act

Tell your Representative to support this bill and make farming part of the solution to climate change. In February 2020, Rep. Chellie Pingree (D-ME) introduced the Agriculture Resilience Act.  The bill sets a goal of reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions in U.S. agriculture by the year 2040.

Take Action