The last decade has produced an amazing growth of organic research projects at both public land-grant universities and private institutions. The Organic Research Forum helps bring that research directly to the organic farmers. The Organic Research Forum is a unique opportunity for farmers, students and researchers to connect and discuss current issues in organic agricultural research.
Organic Research Forum Workshops
The conference will highlight several workshops where researchers, and often the organic farmers that assisted, will present the findings and implications of their recent work. We have selected a broad range of agronomic, horticultural and livestock research projects from several research institutions throughout the Midwest and beyond.
Specific workshops will be listed in November.
Organic Research Poster Display
In addition to the workshops, additional organic research projects will be featured in a poster display. Check them out at your leisure, or stop by to discuss the work with the researchers in person.
Research poster proposals are due by Dec. 15, 2014. Submit your information to Joe Pedretti.
The Organic Research Forum is funded through the generous support of The Ceres Foundation.