OSA, OFRF release producer surveys

Mapping organic cultivation in the US

OSA and the Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF) have released two national surveys: one for certified organic producers and a second for producers transitioning to organic. This collaborative effort is part of a project to learn about the challenges and research priorities of organic operations.

Survey results will be published in updated versions of OFRF’s National Organic Research Agenda (NORA) report and OSA’s State of Organic Seed (SOS) report, both of which have been invaluable resources for ensuring research funding is relevant and responsive to the needs of organic producers. All responses are confidential.

If you are a certified organic farmer/rancher, please respond to this survey:


If you are a farmer/rancher transitioning to certified organic production (this means no land currently certified organic), please take this transitioning producer survey:


The survey is being administered by Washington State University. Questions about the survey may be directed to Lauren Scott at lauren.n.scott@wsu.edu or 1-800-833-0867.

The project is supported by the Organic Agriculture Research and Extension Initiative (OREI) grant no. 2019-51300-30249 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.

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