Meet The Organic Center! Check out our upcoming events and Webinars for opportunities to meet our scientists, learn about the latest research on organic food and farming, and support the organic community. If you're an organic business interested in standing out as an industry leader, consider sponsoring an upcoming event or initiative.

Email us to learn more about sponsorship opportunities

..

1
1
1

Past Events & On-Demand Webinars

Crop-Livestock Integration in Organic Produce Crops: Its Impacts on Food Safety & Soil Health Wednesday, July 26 at 2:00 pm Eastern / 11:00 am Pacific Join The Organic Center when we convene...
The Organic Center presented theĀ 2023 Organic Confluences: Reducing Plastics Along the Entire Organic Supply Chain during the Organic Trade Association's Organic Week in D.C. on May 9-11, 2023. We...
Tools Organic Farmers Need to Meet Food Safety Requirements: Learnings from a National Needs Assessment The Organic Center has partnered with The University of Rhode Island (URI) to identify the best...
Virtual Field Day: Integrating Livestock in Organic Crops and Its Impacts on Food Safety and Soil HealthĀ  The Organic Center partnered with researchers from Maryland, Minnesota, and California to...
Hack@Organic GoalĀ  The goal of a Hack@Organic was to bring together a multidisciplinary cohort of researchers, designers, developers, and agricultural practitionersĀ to develop equitable, open source...
The Organic CenterĀ collaboratedĀ with the USDA ERS and GOATĀ on a virtual conference series and hackathon examining agricultural technology (AgTech) in organic. The conferences examined potential...
The Organic Center was honored to host a watch party and Q&A panel for the documentary ā€œFrom Farms to Incubators,ā€ which shares powerful stories of the successes and challenges that women of...
This researchĀ collaborationĀ "Multi-Regional Risk Analysis of Farm Manure Use" is a USDA Organic Agriculture Research and Extension Initiative (OREI) funded project, focused on furtheringĀ the study of...
Black farmers have a rich history and promising future in the United States, even though the Black history of agriculture is often reduced to slavery and cotton plantations. In Farming While Black (...
How plants are grown can have an immense effect on nutritional content. A healthy, high functioning soil will produce crops that are flavorful, aromatic, and nutritious. Studies have reflected this...

Pages