Monday, December 3, 2007

More on Montana Organic Conference

"New research shows that organic farming can produce enough food to feed the world. That finding was one of the research results that was presented over the weekend at the fifth annual conference of the Montana Organic Association.

The group met in Great Falls to work with farmers and ranchers who avoid chemical treatments to their livestock and crops.

Sunday's capstone session looked at federal agriculture policy and its possible effects on specialized, organic farming.

Jeff Schahczenski with the National Center for Appropriate Technology says they want to make sure that organic farmers get all of the help that they need."

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