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Welcome to Organics in Manitoba -

We're Glad You Found Us!

The Organic Food Council of Manitoba and the Manitoba Organic Alliance work to grow the organic sector, gathering the vision and the resources to increase awareness, production and availability of organic food in Manitoba and beyond.

OFCM focuses on education about organics, connecting eaters with farmers, building public knowledge and encouraging a transition to organics. Learn all about OFCM here.

MOA is a collaboration of organic stakeholders - from researchers to farmers, processors to consumers, and all those in between. Members support project to grow organics, discuss issues and vote on actions to be taken to provincial and federal regulators. Learn all about MOA here.

Be sure to click on our sponsors’ logos too, located on the side bars, to find out more. We are all about growing organics in Manitoba!

Join us in our vision to unite Manitoba's organic sector!


You're in the right place if...

  • you're looking for Organic food

    • see our listing of all the organic farmers we know about
  • you want to learn about organics

  • you have something to say

    • visit the Manitoba Organic Alliance pages, join us, and make your voice heard


MOA240MOA recently held its annual meeting. If you wish you could have been there, we now have the President's Report, Financial Statements and Meeting Minutes here online.

If you still have questions as to the relative roles of MOA, OFCM and OPAM,you may wish to check the Memorandum of Understanding covering these three organization as well as the key working document that led to this MOU.

If you are wondering what MOA is actually doing, we have added a section to "About MOA" that may answer your questions.

If all of this motivates you to want to participate in this important work, check out our Sponsors Page or our Membership Page. We welcome donation to support us in our work.

Calvin Dick, a graduate student within the Natural Systems Agriculture program is looking for farmers to participate in his ecological farming research project. Please see his message here and respond directly to him if this interests you.

COG logoAre you ready to take your organic growing skills to the next level? Check out the Practical Skills Handbooks series available through Canadian Organic Growers. Choose from a range of titles, including Crop Planning for Vegetable Growers, Organic Livestock Handbook and Growing Strawberries Organically. You can also save up to 37% on printed guides when you purchase an e-book version. http://cog-shop.myshopify.com/

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Organic Bytes is a monthly Newsletter assembled by Laura Telford, Business Development Specialist in Organic Marketing within Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development. It includes

  • up-to-date organic grain prices
  • organic market opportunities
  • organic news

Organic Bytes

This is your link to the latest news particularly relevant to Manitoba and prairie residents involved in the organic movement. We have it here:


Current News

Archived News

Thu Jun 04 @12:00AM
Making the Presentation
Sat Jun 06 @12:00AM
DIY Homesteading Festival
Mon Jun 08 @ 4:30PM - 09:00PM
Getting Your Food Product into a Grocery Store
Wed Jun 10 @ 4:30PM - 09:00PM
Getting Your Food Product into a Grocery Store
Thu Jun 25 @ 9:00AM - 04:30PM
Food Handler Certificate Course

We collect links to articles in various media that our readers think will be of particular interest to other readers. Check it out, read and contribute.




If you want to contact us about anything at all, whether it is a website issue, or a question or comment about the organic industry, please click on the button below:

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