WSU CAHNRS

CAHNRS and WSU Extension

Wheat and Small Grains

Organic Production

Overview:

As consumer and market demands for organic grains and forage continue to increase, opportunities exist for crop producers in dryland regions. University researchers in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho have been collaborating with Pacific Northwest farmers to address common challenges and embrace opportunities for dryland organic crop production.

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Growers Share Their Experience

Learn more about organic farming from the farmers themselves on the Case Studies Page.

See What We Have Been Up To:


Timely Topics

New ListServ Launched

September 30, 2016

Organic Case Studies Publication

July 16, 2016

Growing Organic Grain – Demand Outpacing Supply

March 2, 2015

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