country. At that time, we turned up 10 such sites.
Examples of the sites identified at that time include:
* the Center for Enviromental Farming Systems at North Carolina State
* the University of Nebraska Agricultural Research and Development
* Rodale Farm Global Program's Experimental Farm in Kutztown, PA
* and Cornell Universities' NYSAES Geneva Vegetable Crops Farm.
With the intention of establishing a baseline of current dedicated
for OFRF's new Scientific Congress on Organic Agriculture Research
(SCOAR) Project, we are now in the process of trying to bring this
<paraindent><param>out,out</param>While OFRF is very interested in (and
consistently works with) farmers conducting
independent research on their own farms, this current search is aimed at
research plots within a variety of institutional settings.
We are interested in institutionally managed research plots:
* within the university system,
* managed by government agencies
(such as USDA-ARS and State Agricultural Experimental Stations)
* sites operated by nonprofit organizations or institutes.
Plots should be certified organic <italic>or</italic> could be.
Information we are interested in for each site includes:
<paraindent><param>out,out</param> 1. Site name, type and organizational
2. Contact info: address, phone, email...
3. # of acres, organic certification status, years certified
4. Crops grown, research conducted, long term plans
5. funding sources and duration
6. Any additional comments
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