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Here at Organic Alberta we’ve been working hard on getting you the information on organics you’re looking for. We will be sharing the facts and clearing up misconceptions about organic food in Alberta.

New information, articles, and videos are being developed to address misconceptions and educate you on everything organic. In fact, we will be releasing a new and informative article and video every month, so stay tuned!

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Get the Facts: Growing Organically vs. Certified Organic Growers

What does Certified Organic mean?

Canadian farmers are always striving for more regenerative farming practices. Some follow a regulated process on their farms so they can become certified organic producers. So what are the differences when it comes to farmers who choose organic practices but aren’t certified, and those who choose to go through the processes required to become a certified organic Canadian producer?

How to tell if turkeys are organic

What’s the Deal with Organic Turkeys?

2.4 million whole turkeys were purchased in Canada during the Christmas season of 2018. With all this buzz around Christmas turkeys, there are plenty of options when it comes to buying one. You can head to your local grocery store and pick up a frozen one, or visit a butcher shop or market to find farm-fresh turkeys. And you could look for a Canada organic turkey at any of those places.

Do Animals Wear Winter Coats?

Do Animals Wear Winter Coats?

When you think about organic livestock farming, you might immediately imagine a herd of cattle grazing peacefully in a grassy field. In the sunny Canadian summer, this might be exactly what you stumble across. Unlimited access to the outdoors and plenty of fresh grazing pasture is ideal for organic livestock. How do organic farmers keep their livestock safe throughout the cold, harsh winter months?

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On April 1st, 2019, if your food says it is organic, IT IS! Government legislation passed under the Supporting Alberta’s Local Food Sector Act states that anyone who uses the term “organic” must be certified in accordance with the federally regulated Canadian Organic Standards. How does this affect you?

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