When the last Farm Bill passed in 2002, organic was still getting its act together. Cut to present day, and the difference is dramatic. Now the industry and its agent, the Organic Trade Association, have adjusted to the category's Oscar-winning debut and are ready to tackle the next big role. Without a doubt, it's the next Farm Bill. Here, the OTA hopes above all to increase organic's resources and separate itself from the conventional farming herd. This means lobbying for financial ...
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