International Competence Centre for Organic Agriculture (ICCOA)



International Competence Centre for Organic Agriculture (ICCOA) Related

Competence Centre for Environmental Assessment of Product and Material Systems - Chalmers University of Technology::

International Centre for Research in Organic Food Systems:: ICROFS is a collaborative project between research groups in different institutions. It promotes, communicates and coordinates research into organic food systems.

International Society of Organic Agriculture Research (ISOFAR):: Gives the aims, a list with the supporters and pictures from the foundation in June 2003.

The Organic Research Centre:: The Organic Research Centre is a registered charity, formally known as the Progressive Farming Trust Ltd., whose business is to develop and support sustainable land-use, agriculture and food systems, primarily within local economies, which build on organic/agro-ecological principles to ensure the health and well-being of soil, plant, animal, people and our environment. The Organic Research Centre was established in 1980 as a "Centre of Excellence

Centre for Sustainable Agriculture:: Organization that works with small and marginal farmers in India. Provides details of projects, sustainable technologies and major areas of work being undertaken.

Saline Agriculture Research Centre:: SARC undertakes research into salt tolerant plants, especially cereals, using both conventional and modern genetic means. Includes details of research, programs, completed and current projects and training courses. Pakistan.

National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture:: Details of activities and projects in engineering, resource management and irrigation. Queensland, Australia.

CLIMA - Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture:: About legumes and research on legumes for sustainable agriculture in the Mediterranean climate of southern Australia.

Centre for Information on Low External Input and Sustainable Agriculture:: Aims for poverty alleviation through the promotion of agro-ecological approaches. Includes a collection of links, book reviews, and other information.

Organic Agriculture:: Chemical agricultural practices are contributing to global warming, climate change, weather pattern disruption, erosion, and starvation.

  • New Additions: Associations
NOFA-NY
Illinois Organic Growers Association (IOGA)
Tropical Agriculture Association (TAA)
The Biodynamic Agricultural Association