Record Keeping For Organic Farming

Canadian Organic Growers

39 McArthur Av
Ottawa ON K1L 8L7

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Less than one week


Ottawa on Jan 21, 2012 - 9am to 4 pm

Western Ontario on March 10, 2012 - 9 am to 4 pm.





Cost: Includes lunch and a copy of COG’s Practical Skills Handbook Record Keeping for Organic Growers

-         $60 COG members

-         $70 for non-members

-         $35 for additional people from the same farm business (excludes book).

-         Additional books are $15 ea  (reg $21-$25).



Target Audience:

Organic Farmers

Conventional Farmers

Transitioning Farmers

Method of Instruction:


Availability of Program:


One day workshop

Agriculture Business:

Other Animal
Field Fruit and Vegetables
Poultry and Egg
Greenhouse, Nursery, Landscape and Floriculture
Tree Fruit and Vine
Other & Non-Traditional

Subject of Training:

Business Planning, Strategy and Structure
Financial Management (includes production economics)
Succession Planning


Record Keeping for Organic Farming (one day workshop)

 Record keeping is a key component of organic certification for farmers, yet farmers commonly cite the necessity to keep records as a barrier to going organic. In this day long workshop, participants will learn different tools and techniques to maintain efficient records, providing benefit to both the organic certifier and overall farm management.


Record Keeping for Organic Farming workshop is geared towards both conventional farmers wanting to learn more about organic certification as well as organic farmers wanting to improve this aspect of their farm management. Specific information for crops, livestock and fruit/vegetable producers will be covered.


Language of Instruction:


For program information contact:

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Una Huzbasic, Office Manager

Last Updated: 2013-05-09

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