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source for data, contact information, and books about the biodynamic approach to ecological farming.
http://www.biodynamics.com/
membership association of North and South Carolina farmers, gardeners, and consumers dedicated to ecological farming methods and the development of a healthful, sustainable agriculture.
http://www.carolinafarmstewards.org/
aims to rebuild the agricultural sector in Afghanistan.
http://www.central-asia.net/
for the certification of biodynamic agriculture.
http://www.demeter-usa.org/
represents the worldwide movement of organic agriculture and provides a platform for global exchange and cooperation.
http://www.ifoam.org/
working to rewrite the proposed organic standards to omit genetic engineering, food irradiation, and other practices.
http://www.saveorganic.org/
MOFGA helps farmers and gardeners grow organic food and supports sustainable and vibrant rural communities.
http://www.mofga.org/
MOFFA is dedicated to promoting the development of viable food systems that rely on organic methods of food production.
http://www.moffa.org/
helping agriculture make the transition to a sustainable organic system of farming that is ecologically sound, economically viable, and socially just, through information, education, and research.
http://www.mosesorganic.org/
nonprofit consumer advocacy organization working to make organic agriculture the dominant form of food and fiber production.
http://www.organicconsumers.org/
organic food, farming, and services portal for the U.K. and EU industry.
http://www.organicTS.com/
nonprofit organization dedicated to sustainable food and fiber, healthy soil, clean water, and thriving ecosystems, while providing quality products for consumers and economic security for farmers.
http://www.vabf.org/
helps international travellers make contact with organic farms world wide.
http://www.wwoof.org/