29th Annual Spring Conference Early Bird Registration Open Until 1/31/22!
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I can’t fully express my appreciation for the passion conveyed in the [Spring] Gardening series. Especially regarding the creation of a healthy, vibrant earth through gardening and by redefining our relationship with nature/soil. Thank you, thank you.
I love the OGS Spring Conference. Thank you all for your hard work to make it happen. I look forward to it every year and always come away inspired and ready to keep working!
What I love most about CRAFT is the networking with other farmers and visiting working farms. The sharing of information between farmers is like in no other industry. In farming, it seems, competitiveness turns into collaboration and cooperation.
Recent Blog Posts
Here at OGS we like to celebrate farms that are doing the things we believe in — making local, sustainably grown food accessible to our community; educating the next generation of farmers; and approaching farming in an ecological way. We are not organic with a big...
We're launching a new campaign called Show Us Your Land to create a space to share stories and build community. If you are a farmer or home grower, we'd love for you to share a photo and story from this year's growing season. Fill out the form below to share your...
Our Top Ten Blogs of All-time We have been doing a lot of behind the scenes work to improve our website recently, and in the process, we’ve been reminded how much great content lives on our blog. We gathered this list of our Top Ten Blogs of All-time, based on...
A beginning farmer is considered someone who has been farming 10 years or less, but even after the first few years or year 10, farmers continue to need support. Organic Growers School is launching our Journeyperson Program, designed for farmers who have been farming on their own for at least 3 years. This program will offer specific and tailored support for your farm business, among a cohort of farmer peers who are experiencing many similar struggles.
Living a simple life and taking care of the land should have always been our first priority. But now we pick up the pieces that are left from our ancestors, and find where we fit in this movement of sustainable living and going back to the basics. Homestead dreams has become a premier way to figure out where you fit in this movement of healing the earth, and how to plan out your personal organic growing journey.