Tag Archive for: Organic Certification

Stephanie Kasper's rainwater harvesting system

When in Drought, Plan It Out: Rain Harvesting

By Stephanie Kasper, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Program…

AgriSolar Podcast Ep. 4: Birds, Bees, and Butterflies – Solar Pollinator Habitat

Wondering how solar energy arrays can benefit pollinator health…
Workers tending to tomatoes in a greenhouse.
stack of carrotsUSDA Photo by Lance Cheung.

Episode 294. Organic Production and the Climate

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Agriculture and…

Episode 283. The Real Story Behind the Real Organic Project

How is organic farming changing in America? Should soil-free…
Hands holding organic strawberries from Canada
Entomologist Brad Higbee explains the benefits of areawide insect pest suppression to Jerry Wattman, manager of this apple orchard near West Parker Heights, Washington.
cow eating turnip
wood fence

Episode 242. Understanding the Organic Certification Process

In this episode of Voices from the Field, Martin Guerena, a sustainable agriculture specialist with the National Center for Appropriate Technology’s western regional office in Davis, California, speaks with Sean Feder, director of inspection operations for California Certified Organic Farmers.
Martin Guerena and Sean Feder

Tag Archive for: Organic Certification

Stephanie Kasper's rainwater harvesting system

When in Drought, Plan It Out: Rain Harvesting

By Stephanie Kasper, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Program…

AgriSolar Podcast Ep. 4: Birds, Bees, and Butterflies – Solar Pollinator Habitat

Wondering how solar energy arrays can benefit pollinator health…
Workers tending to tomatoes in a greenhouse.
stack of carrotsUSDA Photo by Lance Cheung.

Episode 294. Organic Production and the Climate

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Agriculture and…

Episode 283. The Real Story Behind the Real Organic Project

How is organic farming changing in America? Should soil-free…
Hands holding organic strawberries from Canada
Entomologist Brad Higbee explains the benefits of areawide insect pest suppression to Jerry Wattman, manager of this apple orchard near West Parker Heights, Washington.
cow eating turnip
wood fence

Episode 242. Understanding the Organic Certification Process

In this episode of Voices from the Field, Martin Guerena, a sustainable agriculture specialist with the National Center for Appropriate Technology’s western regional office in Davis, California, speaks with Sean Feder, director of inspection operations for California Certified Organic Farmers.
Martin Guerena and Sean Feder