Gardening associations (16)
Search results in category Gardening associations
The Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association is a non-profit, membership organization that aims to foster knowledge of the practices and principles of the biodynamic method of agriculture, horticulture, and forestry in the North American continent.
CCOF is the only full service organic certification and trade association providing premier organic certification programs and trade association benefits to farms, processors, private labelers, retailers, restaurants, brokers, and supporting members.
The Composting Association of Vermont (CAV) advocates the production and use of compost as a vital link between soil health and sustainable agriculture and communities. When organic materials are recycled into products of value everyone benefits.
Grow Alabama is the dream of one man, and the chance for everyone to preserve a vital way of life. Jerry Spencer saw Grow Alabama as a way to give our community a direct connection to the family farms of Alabama.
Hawaii Organic Farmers Association (HOFA) is a non-profit membership organization that administers organic certification in the State of Hawaii.
Kokopelli Seed Foundation believes that access to open-pollinated seeds is the only way to alleviate hunger and to promote, in a sustainable way, food security.
The Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (MOFGA), formed in 1971, is the oldest and largest state organic organization in the country.
Midwest Organic Services Association (MOSA) was formed and incorporated in March of 1999 to serve the needs of producers and processors specifically in the Midwest looking for a high quality, sensible organic certification program.
NOFA-NY is the oldest and largest organization in New York devoted to organic and sustainable farming and gardening.
Oregon Tilth is a non-profit organization supporting and promoting biologically sound and socially equitable agriculture through education, research, advocacy, and certification.