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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


Ever Spring Farms

Now buying organic hulless oats. More information here.

Organic Grain Prices

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Visit for the latest organic grain prices

Micro grants are awarded for organic research involving crops or livestock, for organic education such as on-farm field days and for the development of organic educational materials. Grants are open to anyone in North America. Typical grants range from $300-$1,500. The next application deadline is November 15, 2016.

Click here for more details.







Canada's Food Guide Consultation

Health Canada is revising Canada’s Food Guide to reflect new evidence and meet the needs of various audiences. They are looking for the public's input to:

  • identify ways to effectively communicate nutrition information to Canadians
  • develop healthy eating recommendations and policies
  • better understand different audiences’ use of healthy eating recommendations.

More information here.

Upcoming Learning Opportunities

October 28 the Natural Systems Ag Lab at U of M is hosting a webinar on constructing nutrient budgets for organic crop rotations. More info here.

November 1 – November 27, 2016 USING GREEN MANURE CROPS – Online Course by Canadian Organic Growers. More information here.

CHANGES TO THE ORGANIC STANDARDS – Webinar Series by Canadian Organic Growers

  • November 22, 2016 – 7pm ET – Livestock Production
  • November 23, 2016 – 7pm ET – Preparation including Processing
  • November 24, 2016 – 7pm ET – Crop Production

       More information here.

Growing Quality

Organic Grains

Brandon Ag Days


January 19, 2017

More Information Coming


2018 will be here before we know it.

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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:


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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.




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