Nov 7, 2019
Organic Trade Association to hold webinar on NOSB fall meeting 

The Organic Trade Association is hosting a briefing on the important fall meeting of the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) in a live webinar 2 p.m. EST Wednesday, Nov. 13.  

The webinar will feature regulatory experts to explain the issues discussed at the meeting and answer any questions from stakeholders.

On Oct. 23-25, the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) held its fall public meeting in Pittsburgh, Penn., according to a press release from OTA. Over the course of three days, NOSB voted on seven proposals, considered three discussion documents, and voted on over 50 sunset materials. The results of the meeting are critical to the organic sector.

The  Organic Trade Association’s webinar will be led by Johanna Mirenda, Farm Policy Director for the trade association. Johanna will be joined by Kyla Smith, Interim Co-Executive Director, Pennsylvania Certified Organic (PCO).

 

For specific questions about any items from the agenda, please email Libby Mucciarone ([email protected]).




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