With demand for organic products surging, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced $13 million in funding to famers and rancher for organic certification cost-share assistance. This will help make organic certification more accessible for small producers. “We need to make sure that small farmers who choose to grow organic products can afford to get certified,” said Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. Certification assistance is available to all 50 states through the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service. Learn more.
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