IPM and the Marketplace
Other Labeling Activities
"EATING WELL THE TRUTH BEHIND THE FEEL-GOOD LABELS" by Marian Burros, New
York Times, March 14, 2001
The Food Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting
expanded use of sustainable agriculture practices. The TFA-Approved seal
increases awareness of the link between environmentally friendly farming
practices and protection of Northwest natural resources.
Processor Receives Safety Certification -- Firm to display USDA seal on its
products -- by Chuck Harvey, staff writer for The Packer, January, 1998
- BRING GOOD FARMING HOME: Pick
CORE Values Northeast Apples -- Take a look at a new web
site featuring the partnership between Mothers and Others for a Livable
Planet and Northeast Region progressive apple growers
- Partners with Nature, the Massachusetts
Department of Agriculture's collaborative IPM certification program
"The Virginia Association For Biological Farming (VABF) is developing a
"Virginia Green" label as a marketing tool for the statešs sustainable
producers. The initiative is part of the VABF consumer education and
market development program, funded by a grant from the W. Alton Jones
Foundation.SOUTHERN SUSTAINABLE FARMING, July 2, 1997."
IATP is also developing a web page on Labels and label issues. The page is under construction and will be
accessible through http://www.sustain.org/enviroag. later this year.
Last Updated on 3/14/01