Re: defining "organic" standards
A good place to find detailed information, with explanations, of what to
exclude from organic practice is to request a copy of the certification
standards from an organization that provides organic certification. The
certification committees of the Northeast Organic Farming Association
(NOFA), for example, each have standards that are available to the
public. Here is contact information:
email@example.com (New Jersey)
http://users.ids.net/~nofari (Rhode Island)
http://ny.nofa/org (New York)
North Haven CT
Does anyone out
there have any simple, straight-forward, user-friendly guidelines that
out, unequivocally, what isn't allowed (brand names, etc.), why it's not
allowed, and alternative solutions that might be tried?
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