We’re honored to partner with established research institutions, universities, and non-profits in the pursuit and achievement of sound science for the public good. Our research empowers consumers and helps strengthen and expand sustainable farming to make organic even better.

The science supporting organic is (in)credible.

Projects

A recent study conducted by scientists at Emory University in collaboration with The Organic Center found that organic milk is the cleanest choice for families. Researchers tested samples from milk...
This project is a collaboration between researchers at Texas A&M University’s AgriLife Research & Extension Center, Texas A&M Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, USDA’s ARS Dale Bumpers...
This research collaboration "Multi-Regional Risk Analysis of Farm Manure Use" was a USDA Organic Agriculture Research and Extension Initiative (OREI) funded project to further the study of the use of...
Seventy-five percent of all crops grown for food rely on pollinators, mostly honey bees, for a successful harvest. But since 2006, beekeepers have lost over a third of their bee hives. Honey bees are...

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