Organizations listed in:

Organic Farming

Our selection of pioneering organizations from around the world listed in Organic Farming.

Beejom Farm & Sanctuary (India)

Beejom, situated in Noida India, is an animal sanctuary and sustainable agricultural farm that employs natural farming techniques to cultivate food. Their agricultural practices are centered around farm animals. All the products from the Indian indigenous cattle at the farm are utilized to produce organic manure for the fields.

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Center for Food Safety (USA)

The Center for Food Safety was founded in 1997 for the purpose of challenging harmful food production technologies and supporting organic and other forms of sustainable agriculture.

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Global Alliance For The Future Of Food (International)

The Global Alliance for the Future of Food is a strategic alliance of philanthropic foundations working together and with others to transform global food systems now and for future generations. They are a unique coalition where individual foundations are able to amplify their work, act together, and take a position on pressing global issues without compromising their own unique missions.

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Growing Small (Japan)

Videos about simple living, natural building and permaculture – and everything in between.

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IFOAM – Organics International (Germany)

Founded in 1972, IFOAM Р Organics International is a membership-based organization working to bring true sustainability to agriculture across the globe.

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Navdanya (India)

Navdanya is an Indian-based non-governmental organisation which promotes biodiversity conservation, biodiversity, organic farming, the rights of farmers, and the process of seed saving.

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PQNK / Pedaver (Pakistan)

A team of professional entrepreneurs and inspirational leaders based in Pakistan making a difference in farming, agribusiness and value chains.

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Rodale Institute (USA)

Founded in 1947, The Rodale Institute is known for pioneering and continually advocating for the use of regenerative agricultural practices.

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The Timbaktu Collective (India)

The Timbaktu Collective works to protect, manage, and restore degraded ecosystems in rural Indian village communities.

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