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Schloss Kirchberg 2017
This workshop teaches participants about the opportunities and challenges of organic land management. This session was part of "Sustainable Families, Farms, and Food: Resilient communities through organic practices," Beyond Pesticides 31st National Pesticide Forum, April 5-6, 2013, Albuquerque, NM. Panelists: --Lani Malmberg, Beyond Pesticides board member; owner, Ewe4ic Ecological Services, Cheyenne, WY --Matthew Chew, assistant research professor, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ --Ann Adams, director of community services, Holistic Management International, Albuquerque, NM --John McMullin, owner, Embudo Organic Turkey Farm, Embudo, NM --Joran Viers, moderator, county program director, Bernalillo County Cooperative Extension Service Office, New Mexico State University, Albuquer...
Workshop 1 - 32nd National Pesticide Forum, April 11-12, 2014 Portland, OR - Portland State University With a "how-to" focus, this workshop provides participants with practical advice on adopting organic practices at home and in local park and playing field management. -Panelists- -Chip Osborne, founder and president, Osborne Organics, board member, Beyond Pesticides, Marblehead MA - Colleen Lockovitch, program manager, Oregon Tilth, Covallis, OR -Mulysa Melco, landscape designer and horticulturist, Resilience Design, Portland, OR -Lani Malmberg, moderator, Ewe4ic Ecological Services; board member, Beyond Pesticides, Cheyenne, WY
Tell us what you think about reinstating the Organic Livestock and Poultry Practices rule? Visit us at ongforum.com Article references: PR Newswire - Beloved Organic Brands Make Unprecedented Protest: Stop Attacking Organic: http://ow.ly/MEIy30iacfA Organic Valley - Paid ad published in the Washington Post: http://ow.ly/xlvO30iacot CNBC - Panera asks FDA to define an 'egg' in a swipe at competitors' breakfasts: http://ow.ly/Po0P30iacla NPR, The Salt - Food Makers Split With Lobbying Group Over GMOs, Other Issues: http://ow.ly/NeM530iacDa OTA - Organic Livestock and Poultry Practices Rulemaking Background: http://ow.ly/m8ae30iacyO
Full Process of How to Start Chicken Farm Business. Start Organic Broiler Poultry Farming of Chickens & Goats. Chicken farming business is a very profitable business idea in 2016 & 2017. So, if you want to start chicken farm business then, must watch this video for starting organic broiler poultry farming business in your country. Start Chicken farming in india. 15 Equipments of Organic Broiler Poultry Farming Business - Chicken Farm Business Equipments. 1. Feeders 2. Heaters or Brooders 3. Incubator 4. Chick box 5. Fly Tray 6. Poultry Plucker Rubber Finger 7. Egg Tray 8. Poultry Incubator Controller 9. Ventilation Fan 10. Laying Nest 11. Egg Scale 12. Egg Washer 13. Water Pots and Drinkers 14. Cages and Coops 15. Dressing Machine If you've any questions related to How to Start Chicken ...
Lee Addams, managing director at HighQuest Consulting, speaks to RFD-TV about the "Transitioning to Organic: Challenges in the Field and Marketplace" panel he will moderate at the upcoming third annual Organic & Non-GMO Forum in St. Louis, November 6-7, 2017.
Talks on organic land care from organic turf and parks to grazing goats and medicinal uses for invasive plants to traditional organic gardening for Native American youth. This presentation was given at "Sustainable Community: Practical solutions for health and the environment, Beyond Pesticides' 29th National Pesticide Forum, April 8-9, 2011, Denver, CO. Speakers: -- Chip Osborne, moderator, Beyond Pesticides board member; president, Osborne Organics, Marblehead, MA -- Tom Kanatakeniate Cook, director, Slim Buttes Agricultural Development Program, Pine Ridge, Lakota Nation (SD) -- Timothy Lee Scott, author, Invasive Plant Medicine, Brattleboro, VT -- Rella Abernathy, PhD, integrated pest management coordinator, City of Boulder, CO -- Lani Malmberg, Beyond Pesticides board memb...
32nd National Pesticide Forum, April 11-12, 2014 Portland, OR - Portland State University -Panelists- -Jon Wild, Housing and Community Services Agency of Lane County, board member, NCAP, Eugene, OR -Jade Florence, PhD candidate, Oregon State University; NCAP partnership on managing blueberry fungal disease organically, Portland, OR -Colleen Lockovitch, program manager, Oregon Tilth, Corvallis, OR -Chip Osborne, founder and president, Osborne Organics; board member, Beyond Pesticides, Marblehead, MA -Kevin Finney, Park Operations Manager at City of Eugene, OR -Rella Abernathy, PhD, integrated pest management coordinator, City of Boulder, CO -Terry Shistar, PhD, moderator, board member, Beyond Pesticides, Lawrence, KS
A keynote talk at "Sustainable Families, Farms, and Food: Resilient communities through organic practices," Beyond Pesticides 31st National Pesticide Forum, April 5-6, 2013, Albuquerque, NM. --Joel Forman, MD, associate professor of pediatrics and community and preventive medicine, Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York, NY --introduced by Routt Riegart, MD, Beyond Pesticides board president; professor emeritus of pediatrics, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
Two expert panels provide information; firstly on how to export organic food to China; secondly on the status quo of the Chinese organic market and current trends. Speakers: - Dr. Bernhard Schulz, CERES - Certification of Environmental Standards GmbH, Germany - Mei Gräfe, Intergate Cons. - Mónica Marín, Soler Romero - Xia Zhaogang, COFCC - Zhao Huijuan, Organic and Beyond - Udo Censkowsky - Zhang-Carraro Yinghui - Yang Xiling - Asmund Froysok - Tracy Feng
Two expert panels will provide information; firstly on how to export organic food to China; secondly on the status quo of the Chinese organic market and current trends Speakers: - Dr. Bernhard Schulz, CERES - Certification of Environmental Standards GmbH, Germany - Mei Gräfe, Intergate Cons. - Mónica Marín, Soler Romero - Xia Zhaogang, COFCC - Zhao Huijuan, Organic and Beyond - Udo Censkowsky - Zhang-Carraro Yinghui - Yang Xiling - Asmund Froysok - Tracy Feng
The Northern Rivers Local Growers Forum was launched on the 8th of August, and was a huge success! This Santos initiative aims to stimulate communication between Santos and local growers in the Northern Rivers in order to create a stronger, mutually beneficial, sustainable and supportive local growers community. Our customers all know that traditional, pure and locally grown foods are essential to the sustainable development of our future. We would like to increase the amount of locally produced foods available on our shelves. We also aim to inspire more and more local growers to become fully certified Organic or Biodynamic, thereby allowing total peace of mind to our customers. There were more than 40 farmers and other interested parties present on the day. The forum was very positive a...