WASHINGTON -- The sales and marketing director of Stahlbush Island Farms, an Oregon-based grower/processor using organic and sustainable farming practices, was named to a five-year term as a consumer/public interest representative to the National Organic Standards Board. Tracy Miedema will be responsible for advocating on behalf of consumers on organic program issues brought before the board, which is responsible for advising the secretary of agriculture regarding organic food standards in ...

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