||1. Do you dream of organic farming and gardening?
Do you dream of organic food and sustainable living?
Do you dream of living in a Permaculture?
Visit my blog.
||3. April Howard is a instructor of Latin American Studies at SUNY-Plattsburgh University, and an editor of UpsideDownWorld.org, a website on activism and politics in Latin America.
Paraguayan campesinos sacrifice their lives for the right to grow organic food. Masacred by the "soy-mafia" that turns Paraguay into an infertile desert.
||5. ISHAN HERBOTECH INTERNATIONAL
Exporter of Organic /non-organic lab analyzed high medicinal valued pure herbs, spices, tea, green tea, flavored tea; Herbal tea series; pure herbal Honey; Nutraceuticals & Cosmaceuticals / Beauty products.
IHI is a research oriented organization involved in production and development of natural based ingredients for Pharmaceutical, Nutraceutical, Cosmeceuticals, Health Industry, Homeopathic, Wellness Industry, natural medicine and herbal industries, registered with FDA & having International & National Organic certification.
||6. Dedicated to the production of Biodiesel in Uruguay - Biodiesel has been declared a national interest.
||8. Health Leads use Organic herbs and oils producing quality health supplements. Also loose herbs, teas, seeds and much more. Located in UK
||9. Ayurvedic Center for Well Being, Sarasota, Florida.
Services: Pancha Karma, Kaya Kalpa, Shirodhara, Tarpana, Ayurvedic Massage, Yoga, Ayurvedic College with Degrees in Ayurveda, Organic food Restaurant.
||10. Specialists in fitness equipment, organic skincare and nutritional supplements. Stockists of treadmills, rowers, exercycles, Pilates Total Trainer, yoga mats, pilates books, cross trainers and Janesce organic skincare for professionals.
||11. Resource and information for organic catnip or cat nip for your cat. We also have organic wheat, barley, flax and oat seeds that can be used to grow your own kitty grass. All grown on our ranch in Montana.
||12. Indoor hydroponic gardens and systems ready to grow. Plus, grow lights, hoods, nutrients and many more products for your success.
||14. Articles and lifestyle tips for incorporating organic and natural products into everyday life. Topics include what it means to be certified organic, controversies surrounding the irradiation of food, advantages of wearing organic clothing and fibers, and related topics.
||15. The European Biodiesel Board also known as EBB, is a non-profit organisation established in January 1997. EBB aims to promote the use of biodiesel in the European Union, at the same time, grouping the major EU biodiesel producers. Based in Brussels, Belgium.
||16. The National Biodiesel Board (NBB) is the national trade association representing the biodiesel industry as the coordinating body for research and development in the United States. Based in Jefferson City, MO
||17. Information and facts about organic coconut oil, as well as its various uses and health and nutritional benefits.
||18. An Australian Company has created a range of certified organic skin care, personal care, cosmetics and health products. In some areas they have the first products of their type in the world. Being certified organic by ACO (Australian Certified Organic), the company meets some of the most stringent standards in the world for being certified organic. The products do NOT contain:
ARTIFICIAL PRESERVATIVES, ARTIFICIAL COLOURS, ARTIFICIAL FRAGRANCES, PETROLEUM BY-PRODUCTS, TAR DERIVATIVES, GENETICALLY MODIFIED INGREDIENTS OR PARABENS AND ARE NOT TESTED ON ANIMALS.
Every ingredient in our ACO certified products is safe & even edible, right down to the preservatives and antioxidants.
||19. The Soil & Health Association of New Zealand Inc was founded in 1941 by Dr Guy Chapman. The founding committee were concerned at the poor state of national nutrition due to the low priority given to sustainable, organic farming and growing practices ruling even in those times.
||20. Certified Organic Skin, Hair, Cosmetic & Body Products.
The MiEssence range of products are COMPLETELY chemical free - all ingredients are extracted using a Bio-Active Cold Process - they literally feed the skin.
Caroline Hayes One Group Ind. Rep
||21. Crystal Spring supply online organic beauty, home and baby products including cosmetics and skin care products, gifts, natural diet supplements, and other organic and natural health products.
||22. The focus of the Institute for Responsible Technology is genetically engineered/modified (GM) foods and crops. Our upcoming: Campaign for Healthier Eating in America, will help bring about a ban of genetic engineering of our food supply.
||23. La medicina natural al alcance de todos. Desde 1996 en Internet. Ecoaldea - Eco-hamlet, the website of Joan Sisa, in Spanish with English onsite translation.
||25. lauren Roy: I create aromatherapy oils, Ixtlan Aromatherapy Products, for relaxation, pain relief, detoxification and more. I have a line specific to pregnant women. I use only organic essential oils & bases. I have an online store. I am a Reiki Master and provide onsite & distant energy for people & pets.
||27. Organic Foods - We strive to be the #1 largest organic retailer in the United States. We are adding products daily. Enjoy your organic shopping experience.
||28. KPK Aromass supplies organic botanical extracts,
Floral concrete Floral Absolute Natural essential oil Herbal oil
Perfume oil Jasmine Rose Lotus Tuberose Geranium oil
Patchouli oil Cardamom oil Ginger oil, based in Tamilnadu, India.
||29. Beyond the Body, offers a range of Organic & natural skin & hair care products, superfoods, Energy Essence room/Aura sprays, Blue Eagle Liquid Smudge, Angelic gem Elixirs, hand made therapeuitc creams, bespoke blends on request , plus all treatements use only organic, natural products.
||31. Art of Tea is an award wining boutique importer and wholesaler of organic tea and specialty teas. Buy herbal tea, organic tea, loose leaf green tea, fair trade organic tea & other specialty teas.
Based in Los Angeles, CA.
||32. The finest 100% natural and organic healing therapies made from raw, organic wildflower honey, propolis and medicinal plant extracts to heal herpes, acne and inflammatory skin conditions naturally. Meadowlake Farm, Hiram, Ohio
||33. Japanese tea boutique, Jugetsudo by Maruyama Nori in Paris, founded in 1854. Serving organic green tea ever since. Site in Japanese and French.
||34. Certified Organic Supplier, Processor and Co-packer of Herbs, Botanicals and Functional Food Ingredients. Our mission is to be a valued source of premium ingredients while providing quality processing and packaging services; We offer LOCAL, ORGANIC, GOURMET herbs and spices for retail.
Organically Certified by Oregon Tilth. We are located at the pulse of the beautiful Columbia Gorge, in Hood River, Oregon.
||35. Yogi Botanicals export Organic Herbs and Spices with verified documentation by EU Organic Certified Agencies.
We support organic farm projects and connect local growers with international buyers.
||36. The original organic herbs came from mother earth. Today this is called wildcrafting. No matter which term you use the plants have been placed here by creator for us to use as medicine. Red Fox herbals offers herbal products that are gathered with respect by a Native American.
||38. The Organic & Non-GMO Report is a monthly publication providing information to ensure a safe, healty, and sustainable food supply. Articles focus on the hazards of genetically modified foods and how to avoid them. The Non-GMO Sourcebook is an annual directory of suppliers of non-GMO foods.
||39. Raw certified USA grown organic almonds, pecans, walnuts, hazelnuts, macadamia and pistachios nuts. Brazil nuts and cashews from Brazil. Fresh from the current year nut harvest. Save $2-6.00 per lb. We are a small Green business supporting small American organic farmers. Shopper Rewards Program.
||40. The Vermont Resolution for Food Sovereignty
WHEREAS All people are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, and among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; and
WHEREAS Food is human sustenance and is the fundamental prerequisite to life; and
WHEREAS The basis of human sustenance rests on the ability of all people to save seed, grow, process, consume and exchange food and farm products; and
WHEREAS We the People of Vermont, have an obligation to protect these rights as is the Common and Natural Law; and in recognition of the State’s proud agricultural heritage; and the necessity of agricultural, ecological and economic diversity and sustainability to a free and healthy Society;
THEREFORE, Be it resolved, that We The People, stand on our rights under the 10th Amendment to the US Constitution and reject such Federal decrees, statutes, regulations or corporate practices that threaten our basic human right to save seed, grow, process, consume and exchange food and farm products within the State of Vermont; and,
Be it further resolved, that We The People, shall resist any and all infringements upon these rights, from whatever sources that are contrary to the rights of the People of the State of Vermont.
||41. Organic nuts, seeds, dried fruits, spices, nut spreads. Gluten-free flours, bread- and muffin mixes. Organic olive oil & macadamia nut oil. Healthy natural sweeteners. Top quality, heavy metal free supplements.
||42. Greenbridge.org, information platform for organic agriculture in China. Published in Chinese and English.
Our vision is that it becomes easier for farmers and consumers to produce and buy sustainable food. We are convinced that organic agriculture is the key for sustainable production to feed the entire world.
As a new venture we invite experts to share their innovative opinions and we will spread their word beyond language borders.
||43. ORGANIC FEDERATION OF AUSTRALIA
2454, Bellingen, NSW
||44. JOAM was formed in 2001 with the mission to facilitate the development of
a sustainable and economically viable organic agriculture sector in Jamaica.
We are a non-governmental organisation run by volunteers. Since its inception
JOAM has run a number of training programmes for farmers. It has hosted three
IOIA basic crop production inspector trainings and has a cadre of inspectors.
JOAM operates through grant funding and is currently implementing the
organic component of the FAO/EC Global Food Security Facility. Through this
project 12 organic demonstration sites are being established islandwide. These
will provide farmers with easier access to field learning centres.
||45. The goal of the Hungarian Research Institute of Organic Agriculture
(Ökologai Mezögazdasági Kutatóintézet - ÖMKI) is to strengthen Hungarian
organic farming research and development. Our principles are authenticity,
innovation performed in close cooperation with producers, practice-oriented
research, and effective knowledge transfer. We aim to scientifically ground
and put into practice the potentials of organic farming in Hungary.
||46. ASOCIACION AGRICULTURA ORGANICA DE
CHILE / AGRUPACIÓN DE AGRICULTURA
ORGÁNICA DE CHILE
||47. INSTITUTE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
1.) Rehabilitating degraded environments, improving natural resource
management by and productivity of Ethiopia’s smallholder farmers living in the
arid and semi-arid environments of the highlands in northern (Tigray & South
Wollo Zone of Amhara), central (Gembichu woreda of Oromiya) and southern
(Arba Minch) areas based on ecological principles and low external inputs.
2.) Supporting environment clubs in 22 government schools in all regions to
grow vegetables organically, raise and plant out locally important tree seedlings,
learn about the rich indigenous knowledge of farmers, and become advocates
for improved environmental management in their local communities.
3.)Support groups of out-of-school youth to develop effective organizational and
leadership skills, learn skills for income generation through organic vegetable
and fruit production, raising chickens, bee-keeping and growing mushrooms.
||48. The Cambodian Organic Agriculture Association (COrAA) is a nationwide
alliance for the support of organic agriculture. COrAA’s mission is to
provide producers as well as consumers in Cambodia with an alternative to
conventional agriculture. Besides awareness raising and the promotion of
organic products, COrAA conducts inspections and certifies products for the
domestic market. In addition, the organization engages in dialogues with the
government and other stakeholders.
||49. The Albert Schweitzer Ecological Center Association is a non-governmental
organization, non-profit technical support. Its aim is to fight against poverty and
against environmental degradation in Africa. She works in the field of Appropriate
Technology (craft utility and solar energy), Agroecology (Environment and
Sustainable Agriculture), Agro Processing (food and non food)
||50. The Italian Association for Organic Agriculture (AIAB) was initiated in 1982
and officially established in 1988. It gathers several members types (farmers,
processors, extension experts, researchers and consumers) in all Italian
Regions. AIAB promote organic farming as a model of rural development
through: members’ tutorship, policy orientation at Regional, national and
EU level, education, publishing, promotion, extension and research. It is
organized by regional chapters (17) coordinated by a federal structure based
in Rome. AIAB staff participates to Ministerial committees on organic farming
and IFOAM committees. In 2007 AIAB founded the FIRAB (Italian Foundation
for the Research in Organic Farming).
||51. ACTAF is a non-governmental organization with 16 provincial branches,
integrated by 2000 grass root organs, covers agricultural technicians,
researchers and professors as well as producers of the sector. Organizer every
2 years of the international meeting on organic and sustainable agriculture.
Its mission is to integrate agricultural technicians and professionals for the
agrarian sustainable development on agroecology bases.
||52. GESELLSCHAFT FÜR BODEN, TECHNIK UND
The BTQ conducts on farm research in questions of holistic physiology.
This means that weeds and other culture-accompanying plants as well as
insects depend on inner soil processes which can be influenced such that
weed regulation is not necessary
||53. GROUPE D‘INITIATIVE COMMUNE DES PRODUCTEURS UNIS DES
PRODUITS AGRICOLES ET D´ELEVAGES BIOLOGIQUES AU CAMEROUN
P.O. Box 31
||54. Nature & Progrès is an association that brings together stakeholders of
organic products, from producers to consumers. Born in 1964, she wrote the
first specifications of organic agriculture in France before the implementation
of EU organic regulation. Nature & Progrès is a PGS delivering its label on
the basis of its private standards associated with an ethic charter. It also
publishes a magazine. Active association of practical ecology, it offers a
concrete alternative, a vision of society based on relations of friendliness and
closeness between people and their environment.
||55. Agro Information Centre is an NGO established in 1999 with the following
activities: - Extension and Information Services - Organic Farming - Social
and Farm Forestation - Conservation Agriculture - Monitoring Soil Carbon
Sequestration - Increase Access of Small Scale Livestock and Crop Farmers
to Markets - Provision of monthly market price reports - Provision of
Environmentally Sound Information (“Servet” Farmers’ Magazine) - Soil,
Water, and Feed Analyses Lab - Rural Women and Youth Participation -
Training Services on Agricultural Extension, Monitoring
||56. IIRD was established in 1987 and based in Marathwada region of Maharashtra
in central India. IIRD is the recipient of the Sustainable Agriculture and
Rural Development (SARD) Award. The organization has pioneered several
initiatives for inclusion of small and marginal farmers to access of guaranteed
organic markets. The local or Participatory Guarantee Systems (PGS) and the
Organic Bazaars are among those key initiatives that have enabled thousands
of small and marginal organic farmers in India to sell their organic produce.
||57. BIOLOGICAL FARMING ASSOCIATION
based in Tibilisi, Georgia
||58. The Indonesia Organic Alliance’s main programs aims at improving the
Organizational Strength and Production Quality of Small Farmers Groups
therefore enable them to access better market, at advancing Organic Agriculture
and Fair Trade Movements in Indonesia and at initiating independent organization
providing special services for organic agriculture & fair trade development.
||59. GHANA ORGANIC AGRICULTURE NETWORK
Promoting Organic and ecologically sound agriculture nation wide through;
1. Training and Education of farmers in Organic Agricultural Principles and
2. Information and Documentation of Organic Agriculture successes ;
3. Biodiversity Conservation;
4. Landscape Ecosystem Management;
5. Organic Market Linkages.
||60. The International Nature Farming Research Center (INFRC) was established
as a foundation approved by the Japanese government. The objectives of
INFRC are to promote Nature Farming for the preservation of the natural
environment, enhancing the economic stability of farmers and realizing a
healthy life with abundant food, following the philosophy and the principles
advocated by Mokichi Okada, the founder of Nature Farming. Hence, INFRC
is conducting relevant research and disseminating agricultural technologies
utilizing natural ecosystems in Japan and internationally.
||61. Organic advisory services are provided by the Farmers Association of Iceland
(Baendasamtok Islands). Active cooperation with the certification body and
universities involved in education and research.
||62. RÉSEAU DE DÉVELOPPEMENT D‘AGRICULTURE DURABLE
• Promotion of Agro-Ecological techniques of production through field
implementation by the REDAD members around all the country;
• Information, Communication and Education of the members;
• Capacity-building of the members;
• Scientific research and pre-Extension research of improved agricultural
• Development of new technologies;
• Advocacy and lobbying near the Government for law decisions for
sustainable agriculture promotion, and their follow up;
• Publication of articles on the best practices.
||63. Attiki Association of Organic Farmers Markets was founded in 2002. Its aim is
the establishment and operation of organic farmers markets where producers
may sell their products directly to the consumers. We operate markets in
twenty two municipalities in Attiki serving more than ten thousand consumers.
At the time being the association numbers more than one hundrent and
twenty organic farmers from all over Greece. In our markets only organic
farmers participate, selling their own organic certified produce such as fresh
fruits and vegetables, eggs, olive oil, wine, processed goods and herbs.
||64. APRODEA assists 32,720 smallholders and 300 large scale farmers to produce
and market their products organically. Our activities include: Action research
with farmers based on organic agriculture, environment protection and
biodiversity; Facilitate experience and knowledge sharing; Connect farmers.
||65. ASOCIACIÓN NACIONAL DE AGRICULTURA
ORGÁNICA (AND MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE)
Promotion of organic farming, Training in organic certification and organic
||66. FIJI ORGANIC ASSOCIATION
P.O. Box 9870 Nadi Airport
Promoting organic agriculture within Fiji.Facilitate organic certification and
||67. Eko Liburnia is non-governmental, non-partisan and non-for-profit association
for the promotion of sustainable development through ecotourism, organic
agriculture and environmental protection, founded in 1996
||68. Organic foods and Organic herbs online. Also alternative remedies, health spices, homeopathic, cosmetics, detox supplies. News and education. Located in Brooklyn, New York. USA
||69. CENTRO DE EDUCACIÓN, CAPACITACIÓN Y
Manuel Domínguez 1048 entre Brasil y EE.UU
La Propuesta del CECTEC, apunta a desarrollar con las/los jóvenes campesinos/as
y sus familias, acciones en el ámbito de la educación, capacitación, producción,
comercializacion y organización que sean capaces de modificar la práctica
social y las alternativas laborales de las /los mismos/as Principales actividades
* Fortalecimiento del sistema productivo agroecológico campesino * Apoyo
a la innovación tecnológica, uso adecuado de los recursos y producción
ecológica * Fortalecimiento del liderazgo de las mujeres * Fortalecimiento
de las estructuras organizativas de organizaciones de base * Formación de
jóvenes líderes campesinos/as * Fortalecimiento los derechos de niños, niñas y
adolescentes para su organización y participación ciudadana * Acompañamiento
y fortalecimiento de capacidades de comercialización conjunta.
||70. We have Caw-Calf operation with Angus and Brangus Cattle, in two Ranches
(1,200) (300) 1,500 Cows free in Organic grass lands, after milking for 6 to 7
months ( 240 kg) the calf go separate from the caw and go to the grass land
to grow up to 300 kilos, when is ready to the Organic Feed Lot were the Pen,
shadows and in general the best conditions for the animals 100% Organic
Ration.We are working with high genetic “tenderness” in our cattle.
||71. ILEIA, Centre for learning on sustainable agriculture coordinates a global
knowledge network for sustainable family farming. ILEIA shares experience
in sustainable agriculture through its magazine Farming Matters which
has half a million readers, it conducts capacity building on systematization
of agro ecological experience, it engages in policy advocacy and supports
development of sustainable agriculture curricula.
||72. RED DE ACCIÓN EN AGRICULTURA
Julio Rodavero 682 Urb. Las Brisas
||73. Siyavuna Abalimi Development Centre is based in the KwaZulu Natal
Province of South Africa. Our vision is to create a network of working local
agro-economies via community mobilization and introduction of local
organic markets. We set up and develop agri-marketing co-operatives (a type
of social enterprise), which trade organic produce from small scale organic
farmers on the local markets. They adhere a PGS and service thousands of
rural households with a sustainable and rewarding market.
||74. FEDERATION NATIONALE POUR L‘AGRICULTURE BIOLOGIQUE
BP. 347, Thies
||75. JiangSu Tianlandilv Farm Co. Ltd. was established according to the Principles of
Ecology, Environmental Protection, and Sustainable Development. It is focused
on ecofarming with the development of agricultural tours and agricultural
products, organic products and marketing. It is also the production base of eco
vegetables. The activities of the company include eco-vegetable production,
eco-tours, horticulture, nursery, leisure activities, as well as education and
training. All our work intends to realize the organic life.
||76. ABioDoc, the National resource centre on organic farming, is a documentation
center, which contains a collection specialized in organic agriculture, with
technical, economic and regulation references. ABioDoc offers different
services opened to all public (edition of a monthly bibliographic review, the
Biopresse ; service “Questions-Answers”, manage the most important French
data base on organic farming in free access on its website)and a organic
stakeholders database oriented education, research, advisory services and
animation in organic farming.
||77. Infonet-biovision is part of the Biovision Farmer communication program for
Africa. We supply fresh and updated information on organic and sustainable
farming technologies to the farming community in East Africa and especially Kenya
||78. Serbia Organica is an umbrella organization which brings together the
entire organic agricultural sector in the territory of the Republic of Serbia.
We represent an unique focal point of information on organic sector in
Serbia. Our aim is to provide all the information needed for successful
ongoing activities in the organic production. Our vision is to have 20% of all
agricultural areas in Serbia (1 million hectares), under organic production, in
the next 10 years. Serbia Organica with all interested parties in organic food
sector, promotes and spreads the values of organic production.
||79. Foundation for integration of Ecological Culture (FIEC) was founded in 2002
as a Kazakh non-governmental organization. FIEC is specialized in research
and advice on organic agriculture, biosecurity and ecotourism. In 2009
FIEC established the Organic Center of Kazakhstan. The Center provides
training, conducts research, runs advocacy campaigns and has established an
information network, regularly distributing its newsletter and communicating
with important stakeholders in Central Asia
||80. BARCIK (Bangladesh Resource Center for Indigenous Knowledge) is a nongovernmental
non-profit development organization established in 1997 by
a group of development practitioners, researchers and social workers. It has
been working in the fields of environment and development. BARCIK has
been involved in exploring and incorporating indigenous knowledge and
local practices into contemporary development programme. It facilitates
farmers to organic agriculture bring back control over agriculture.
||81. Representation, support and education of organic farmers in Luxemburg
||82. ORGANIC FOOD & LIFESTYLE ACADEMY
Principality of Monaco
Sustain and promote organic farming, encourage the use of products and
services respecting its principles, transmit knowledge about organic related
issues and award best organic initiatives all over the euro-mediterranean area.
||83. AGROBIO is a mixed farmers/consumers association, founded in 1985, to
promote the development of organic agriculture in Portugal. It develops work
with consumers, growers, processors, retailors, municipalities, schools, and
policy makers. Its activities include: technical advising to organic farmers, training,
environmental education, research, promoting local markets, organising events
(national organic exhibition Terra S, seminars, etc.), and publishing.
||84. ZSVP (Zakho Small Villages Projects) as an local NGO, is interested in the
community development to promote the ability of the vulnerable groups of
rural communities and help them for affair sustainable life. Since 1996, ZSVP
has disseminated environmental information and conducted workshops
and training courses for diffusing sustainable agriculture methods and
environmentally sound technologies, integrated pest management techniques,
nutrition methods water and environmental health care to various groups
(farmers, rural women, Extension agents, students and NGOs).
||85. Oikos - Organic Norway is the national organic movement in Norway. Policy,
advocacy and generic information on organic food and farming directed
towards consumers are our main activities. Having both organic farmers
and consumers in its membership, Oikos has regional and local branches
throughout Norway. It is also publishes the organic magazine Ren Mat (‘Pure
Food’) five times a year.
||86. The Czech Technology Platform for Organic Agriculture (CTPOA) was founded
with the aim of uniting and linking a wide range of people and companies
active in the field of organic farming and organic food production. The
platform was founded in accordance with the european initiative of TP
Organics. The CTPOA incorporates research institutes, universities, business
representatives in the Czech Republic, both primary producers and processors
of organic produce. All members have bound themselves to support initiative
focused on strengthening competitiveness of organic agriculture and the
development of production, distribution, sales and consumption of organic
food, to be active in the related areas of scientific research, technology
and innovation and to support and actively participate in the creation and
implementation of strategic documents.
||87. AOPEB is a basic organization of ecological production, constituted as a civil
association, which brings together and represents producers’ organizations,
NGOs and small businesses who practice and support organic production in
Bolivia. Its aim is “to achieve the production, processing and consumer of
organic products of high quality Bolivian and improving the living conditions
||88. ASSOCIATION OF BIO-DYNAMIC PLANT
ABDP works on issues of organic and biodynamic plant breeding related to
questions of suitable breeding methods, certification of breeding procedures,
representing breeders interest in legislation setting and organising of meetings
||89. ISSA is an Iranian NGO which focuses on developing sustainable agriculture
in Iran whit an special emphasis on organic farming.
||90. MALTA ORGANIC AGRICULTURE MOVEMENT
34/2 Gulju Cauchi Street
BZN 1131, Balzan
||91. NEGROS ISLAND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
FOUNDATION, INC (NISARD), is the prime mover in promoting organic agriculture
development in the island of Negros, home to more than 4 million Filipinos in
the central Philippines. NISARD’s mission is advocating and promoting organic
agriculture across the island as a vehicle for rural development, food security and
poverty alleviation. It evolved out of the serious socio-economic and environmental
problems faced by Negrenses. Soil degradation due to monoculture and chemical
farming, unabated deforestation that threatens remaining endemic flora and
fauna, marginalization of small farmers due to dependency to expensive chemical
farm inputs, depletion of marines resources caused by overfishing and other
malpractices—has put the Island’s natural resources in dire straits.
||92. Saint Petersburg Ecological Union is involved in raising public awareness in
the organic movement, in Organic certification (accredited experts) according
to NOP, JAS, EU Organic standards as well as consulting of producers on the
organic related topics
||93. INSTITUTO DO BEM-ESTAR
The Welfare Institute is an NGO formed by multidisciplinary group of people.
It aims to promote quality of life for humans, animals and the planet, though
actions related to ecology, sustainability and social justice. It has partnerships
with schools, universities, NGOs and government organizations. It develops
actions (1) related to environment education, (2) for the development of
organic production, mainly in the animal area, (3) through art therapy for
people in physical and mental fragility.
||94. Soil & More International’s key objective is to setup and operate small- to
large scale combined composting and emission reduction projects together
with local Fairtrade and organic producers in development countries,
respectively Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, India, Mexico and South Africa. Together
with its strategic partners IFOAM and Fairtrade, Soil & More offers CO2 and
water footprinting assessments, as well as comprehensive sustainable best
practice consultancy related to the guidelines of the Sustainability Flower.
||95. AGROECOLOGICAL CENTRE AT AGRICULTURAL
UNIVERSITY OF PLOVDIV
The Agroecological Centre provides education, training and demonstration
of organic agriculture practices to university students, school students,
producers and processors, teachers and broad public. It produces and
markets fresh fruit and vegetables, grains, etc. and promotes organic farming
at national and international events.
||96. Macedonian Association for Organic Food is a citizens association whose motto is
- Macedonians deserve safe and healthy food..MAOF is non-governmental, nonprofitable
organization that helps organizing the production and the disposal of
organic food.. MAOF’s primary task is to introduce the potential producers of
organic food with the possibilities of how to produce and sell the food labeled as
“product of organic origin”. Macedonia has the need to educate active farmers
to transfer to organic food production, without fearing that lower returns mean
lower incomes. Younger generations, even today’s students in primary and
middle school, should be educated from this moment on to accept the farming
and the production of food as an honorable and profitable profession, since the
“organic” is not a trend but the future of the civilization’s development.
||97. The Namibian Organic Association as the first organic association in
Namibia is the first membership based association of persons and corporate
bodies with a common interest to support and promote organic agriculture
in Namibia. The association handles aspects concerning the production,
processing quality management and marketing of organic products as well
as the training of organic farming principles.
||98. BIO CALEDONIA is a Participatory Guarantee System for certification in New
Caledonia. Standards used are Pacific organic standards.
||99. Forum of Organic Agricuture named M. Górny is non-profit NGO association
of Polish scientists and other stakeholders connected closely with the organic
agriculture. We promote organic farming and we create opinions in the important
matters related to organic agriculture in Poland. We try to consolidate different
persons / groups active in the same field. We are very active in the actions against
GMO in Poland, trying to influenece the politicians in this matter. We discuss the
most important scientific needs of the organic sector in Poland and in Europe.
||100. PYONGYANG INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION CENTER OF NEW
TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMY
Central District, Pyongyang
Tel: +850 21 8222
Fax: +850 23 84 644
CONTACT : Jon Il Nam
||101. WWOOF Sierra Leone is a not-for-profit, non-governmental and sister
network member organization of the International WWOOF Association.
WWOOF Sierra Leone receive international volunteers/wwoofers who stay
to work and share experience in organic farming and sustainable agriculture
in exchange for food and accomodation free of charge. Volunteers live with
local families and get hands-on experience in organic farming. Hosts and
volunteers/wwoofers enjoy cultural exchange.
||102. CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENT, TECHNOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT
Climate Change:- Renewable Energy, Sustainable Transport,Organic Farming;
Policy analysis; Training/Teaching. Public Awareness
||103. Centre for Indian Knowledge Systems (CIKS) is an NGO working in the areas
of organic agriculture and biodiversity conservation providing livelihood
security to small and marginal farmers for the last 16 years in Tamil Nadu.
Through extension work, several training programmes for different target
groups are being conducted. As a result a variety of educational materials
and audio visuals on various aspects of organic agriculture has been brought
out for the farming community.
||104. SEKEM is the first initiative to develop biodynamic farming methods in Egypt,
building up fertile soil structures, improving agro-biodiversity and promoting
organic composting; all products of the system can be sold, used in processing or
re-used in cultivation. SEKEM’s strong commitment to innovative development
led to the nationwide application of biodynamic methods to control pests and
improve crop yields. For example, in collaboration with the Egyptian Ministry
of Agriculture, SEKEM deployed a new system of plant protection for cotton,
reducing total pesticide intake to less than 10% and leading to a ban on crop
dusting within the country. SEKEM has grown exponentially in the last decade
to become a nationally renowned enterprise and market leader in organic
consumer goods. Apart from strong and long-lasting export partnerships in
Europe and the US, today, more than half of SEKEM’s overall sales are domestic
||105. Mobiom est producteur de coton, mangue, noix de cajou qui sont certifiés
bio et équitable, et produit le sésame, les amandes de karité, le beurre
de karité qui sont certifié biologique. Mobiom assure la transformation
et la commercialisation de certains de ses produits. Mobiom compte 85
||106. MALAWI ORGANIC GROWERS ASSOCIATION
The following activties we do 1 Capacity building, training, education
and extension on organic agriculture 2 Organic agribusiness and market
development locally and internationally 3 promotion of the implementation
of organic standards for certified production 4 Increasinf awareness and
attracting support for organic agriculture in Malawi
||107. The Bio – Romania Association is a Romanian non-profit, non governmental,
apolitical and independent legal entity. The association was formed in
September 2008 by merging 18 founding members: associates, cooperatives,
companies, manufacturers, exporters, academics and personalities from
the field of organic agriculture. The Association advocates for sustainable
development of agriculture and rural space, education, information and
consumer awareness of the benefits of organic farming for both human health
and natural health by promoting the consumption of certified organic foods.
||108. IRISH ORGANIC FARMERS AND GROWERS
Ireland’s largest Organic Inspection & Certification company covering
all areas of organic production from farming and growing to processing
aquaculture retailing and health and beauty products. Publish Ireland’s only
organic magazine “Organic Matters”.
||109. MONGOLIAN NATIONAL CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
Business promotion and business advocasy activities in economic policy,
business environment,sutainable development including green economy
and green business, organic agriculture development
Newly established cooperative with strong ties with the local Association of
Organic Producers, intends to promote and develop the Organic Agriculture
Movement in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This is the first kind of cooperative in
||111. We are a group of 80 organic farms and process plants that in 1997 decided to unit
their strengths, and experiences forming agricultural cooperative society, in order
to meet the various needs of consumers of organic products. Our company is build
on two complementary pillars: The cooperation Terra Bio, which encompasses
the farms, specialized in production, processing, and sales of raw materials; and
the subsequent processing, marketing and sales of the final products as pasta in
part with Fair certification , with brand name Terra Bio, in specialized shops in Italy
and in Germany. Our products are tracked throughout all phases of production, to
ensure that the maximum qualitative European standards are met.
||112. The Finnish Organic Association promotes the organic sector in Finland. We
publish the most important magazine of the organic sector (Luomulehti).
We have 13 local organizations which carry out local activities. We elect the
Organic product and entrepreneur of the year and coordinate the Organic
||113. ASSOCIATION OF LATVIAN ORGANIC
Inform and educate society about organic agriculture and its perspectives,
environmental problems, the role of organically produced food thus securing
health of the society in the world and in Latvia. Provide training opportunities
for Latvia’s farmers and food producers to build their knowledge in organic
food production collaborating with educational institutions in Latvia;
Encourage elaboration and realization of various projects connected
with organic agriculture; Moving proposals in institutions for developing
legislation with regard to the improvement of organic agriculture.
||114. Nigerian Organic Agriculture Network (NOAN) is a non-governmental
organization created to serve as an umbrella body for all stakeholders
involved in organic agriculture in Nigeria. The secretariat of NOAN is located
at the city of Ibadan, Nigeria. Membership is drawn from farmers, scientists,
processors, exporters, individuals, Institutions, NGOs and organizations
that are key players in the organic agriculture sector in Nigeria. NOAN also
serves as a link body between organic agriculture stakeholders in Nigeria and
international bodies interested in organic agriculture.
||115. The Biological Farmers of Australia (BFA), “the voice of Australian Organics”, is
Australia’s largest member-based organic body; a not-for-profit organization
that represents the interests of more than 3,000 organic industry primary
producers, processors and traders. The BFA owns two organic certification
companies which guarantee the integrity of organic products both for
exports as well as domestic sale. They are Australian Certified Organic (ACO)
and Organic Growers of Australia (OGA).
||116. SAUDI ORGANIC FARMING ASSOCIATION
SOFA is still under development in 2011. The 1st General Assembly was held
and the Board of Directors was elected (10) members including the chairman.
Vision, mission, objectives, and organizational structure was prepared. SOFA
logo was designed and its website was launched. SOFA started to be involved in
the organic movement in Saudi Arabia, and to provide services to its members.
||117. FECD aims to sustainably improve the living conditions of vulnerable
groups in Ecuador, through comprehensive development proposals, based
on a human and creative management model. FECD works in the area of
local development with methodologies and tools to effectively execute its
development strategy and ensure that the participating groups manage
||118. Bionext is the Dutch umbrella organisation for organic farming and food. The
organisation is the follow-up of Biologica that was founded in 1992. It brings
together all players in the organic field, including farmers, manufacturers,
traders, consumers and researchers. Within Bionext many parties co-operate
to improve standard practice or stimulate the market for organic products.
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