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Permalink Organic Trade Association Adds Members to Farmers Advisory Council

The Organic Trade Association (OTA) announced that Pennsylvania Certified Organic and Georgia Organics have become members of its Farmers Advisory Council. According to OTA, "The new strategic alliances with the Farmers Advisory Council will significantly expand cooperation among organic farmers and stakeholders, and strengthen the engagement and input of organic producers in helping the Organic Trade Association advance its policy priorities to protect and promote the organic sector." Members of Pennsylvania Certified Organic and Georgia Organics are eligible to join OTA in the Farmstead Membership category.



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