News from MOSES

The Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) is a nonprofit that provides education, resources, and expertise to help farmers grow using sustainable, organic practices. Its premier event, the annual MOSES Organic Farming Conference, takes place each February in the Midwest. MOSES also organizes on-farm field days to showcase thriving organic farms.

MOSES Organic Specialists answer farmers’ questions through the Organic Answer Line (715-778-5775 or 888-551-4769) and online at

To schedule an interview with a MOSES staff member, a field day host farmer, or a speaker at the MOSES Organic Farming Conference, please contact:

Audrey Alwell, Communications Director  |  715-778-5775


News Releases

July 17, 2015
In Her Boots women farmer training in South Central Wisconsin: July 31

July 15, 2015
Nominations sought for 2016 MOSES Organic Farmer of Year award

July 6, 2015
Field day shows off vegetable farm with 14 cover crops

June 3, 2015
Field days highlight organic, sustainable farming practices

April 8, 2015
Women landowners: Learn conservation practices at free training

February 28, 2015
Nation’s largest organic farming conference draws huge crowd

February 23, 2015
Organic Farmers of Year manage their farm to survive changing climate

February 3, 2015
MOSES Conference registration closes Feb. 12

January 5, 2015
Early Bird rate for MOSES Organic Farming Conference ends January 18

December 1, 2014
Country’s largest organic farming conference takes place Feb. 26-28 in La Crosse, Wis.


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