Posted  13 Nov, 2017 
In: Articles

The celebrate it’s 11 year of sustainability, the Organic Federation of Canada has presented a special InfoBio issue entitled The Feminine Labour Force Behind Organics, based on interviews with the women leading organic provincial/regional associations. This special issue includes an interview with Organic Alberta’s own Becky Lipton. The OFC asked the women why they work for the organic sector, and about their projects, challenges, and hopes.  Their vision is acute, they have great objectives, and they know what the problems are. We can learn from them and trust that they will continue supporting organic operators with their talent and great skills.

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