Please donate now and support the Organic Food Council of Manitoba and our programs.

The Organic Food Council of Manitoba is a chapter of Canadian Organic Growers, a registered charity. Donations of more than $20.00 are eligible for tax receipts. Please ensure we have your current contact information if you want a tax receipt.

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From the Canadian Organic Growers Canada Helps donation page, select the Fund/Designation drop-down menu. Read the following headings to decide where your donation will go.

 

      

1. Canadian Organic Growers

Your support enables Canadian Organic Growers to continue helping farmers, gardeners, and consumers across Canada. In addition, COG oversees 11 Canadian chapters, and produces a quarterly magazine 'The Canadian Organic Grower.'

 

 

2. COG Chapter - Organic Food Council of Manitoba
Your support helps the Organic Food Council of Manitoba (OFCM-COG) to offer programming and resources focused on growing and eating organic and sustainably produced food in Manitoba. We provide public education about the benefits of organic food through presentations, public displays, and organizational partnerships.

 

                    



It's Organic Week 2019

Join in the festivities by tuning in for one (or all!) of the instalments of our educational webinar series. Full schedule and registration info found here for each of our 5 webinars. 

https://organicweek.ca/events/

 Monday, September 9, 12:00PM-1:00PM – “Why soil belongs in organic”  Dag Falck, Nature’s Path.

 Tuesday, September 10, 1:00PM-2:00PM – “Get the real facts; unveiling up to date organic statistics” Tia Loftsgard, Canada Organic Trade Association.

 Wednesday, September 11, 4:00PM-5:00PM – “The First Ever Organic Food Processing Report” Laura Telford, Manitoba Government. 

 Thursday, September 12, 2:00PM-3:00PM – “Labour statistics on organic Farms” Martin Beaulieu, Statistics Canada. 

 Friday, September 13, 2:00PM-3:00PM – “Linking science with organic agriculture” Andrew Hammermeister, Organic Agriculture Center of Canada.