CEO George Siemom Recieves Ray Hass Award In Cooperative's
25th Anniversary Year
Future Faces of Sustainable Agriculture Honored at Farmer-Owned Cooperative’s Annual Meeting Banquet
The Organic Center has named 15 persons to its new Board of Trustees, and formally introduced them at its sold-out fundraiser dinner March 9 held in conjunction with Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, CA.
Certified Organic Grassfed Beef from Family Farms. Never Raised on GMO Feed. No Toxic Pesticides, Antibiotics or Synthetic Hormones.
Healthy Soil and Seeds are Set as Major Priorities. More than $2.1 Million Awarded since 2007.
Farmer-Owned Cooperative Turns 25 in March 2013; Celebrates 25 Years of Cultivating Goodness and Commitment to Organic
Exciting Future as Cooperative Celebrates 25 Years of Keeping Farmers on the Land and Organic Industry Overall Grows Another 10% For Second Straight Year
George Siemon, CEO and a founding farmer of Organic Valley, will be the featured keynote speaker at the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association’s (OEFFA) 34th annual conference, Growing Opportunities, Cultivating Change, on Saturday, February 16 in Granville, Ohio (Licking County).
Organic Valley, the nation’s largest cooperative of organic farmers and a leading organic brand, today announced that it received several prestigious national product awards in recent months, including at the World Dairy Expo which took place last week in Madison, Wis.
Organic Valley, the nation’s largest cooperative of organic farmers and a leading organic brand, today announced the Generation Organic™ 2012 “Who’s Your Farmer?” Tour, a three-week road trip kicking-off September 25 at Organic Valley’s headquarters in La Farge, Wis. The tour will journey through the heart of the Midwest, stopping at college campuses, farmers markets, farms and more, to educate and encourage consumers to get to know the people who produce their food. In honor of the United Nations declaring 2012 the “International Year of Cooperatives,” the tour’s primary stops also include food cooperatives throughout Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa.