Texas Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association

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Intermediate Markets Farmer Survey

This study seeks to examine the opportunities and risks of four main marketing opportunities for many farmers—direct-to-consumer, direct-to-institution, direct-to-retail, and selling to intermediaries (such as distributors or food hubs), who in turn sell the products as local food. A national outreach and technical assistance program, conducted by NCAT’s ATTRA Program (National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service) will be developed based on the results of this research. Take the survey here.

Short Online Survey

Please help out our friends at ATTRA/NCAT by participating in this short online survey. They are seeking feedback on their resources and educational programming, and they'd appreciate feedback from TOFGA members and supporters.

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Welcome! The Texas Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association (TOFGA) is the leading voice of education and advocacy for organic food production in Texas. As a member-run and member-funded organization, TOFGA includes farmers, ranchers, gardeners, dairies, cheese makers, soil amendment producers, nurseries, food markets, farmers markets, educators, students, and more.

Our mission is to educate producers and consumers on the many benefits of organic agriculture and to promote its use throughout Texas. We host numerous educational workshops and farm tours throughout the year. Our largest event is the annual TOFGA Conference held every winter. See our conference archives for archived conference materials and speakers.

TOFGA is managed by a volunteer board of directors and regional representatives throughout the state. We are a registered 501c3 organization and your donations to TOFGA may be tax-deductible.

We are accepting newsletter stories

If you have a short publication about organic or sustainable farming or gardening, let us know. Contact secretary@tofga.org



Webinars

Transitioning Small Grain Production to Organic

February 7th at 2:00 pm CDT

Location:https://tilth.org/event/transitioning-small-grain-production-organic/0

Providing Habitat for Wild Bees on Organic Farms

February 7th at 1:00 pm CDT

Location: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2124436063988236545

Pest ID Crash Course Part 2: common diseases of vegetable crops

February 16th at 11:00 am CDT

Location: https://extension.zoom.us/j/606747962

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