Explore our Affiliates from Europe
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Ferm O Feed B.V., a company that belongs to Den Ouden Groep, is a producer of Organic Fertilizers situated in the Netherlands.
Our products are sustainable and a simple solution for the world wide food problem.
Our organic Fertilizers and Biostimulants are used all over the world in both, organic and conventional agriculture, and have proven and well referenced results in the growing of a wide range of fruit and vegetables.
We firmly believe in all the benefits our products can represent ...
FiBL Europe is the umbrella organization representing the current five FiBL national research institutes in Brussels. FiBL Europe provides a single contact point to access all the competences of the national FiBL centre; provides scientific knowledge and technical solutions to advance organic farming and sustainable agriculture; contributes to the scientific excellence to develop sustainable food system in Europe and developing countries
FÖKO (Fördergemeinschaft Ökologischer Obstbau e.V.) is an association of about 200 organic fruit growers in Germany. We organize scientific studies on organic fruit growing and host conferences, meetings and annual basic courses on organic fruit farming. FÖKO is publisher of the periodical "Öko-Obstbau". We support close cooperation and networking between fruit farmers, consultants and scientists.
Biodynamic association founded in 1936. Supply members and others with information about the biodynamic method through booklets, videos, projekcts, courses and exibitions. Publishs books about biodynamics and members magazine 'Biodynamisk Jordbrug'. Refers to biodynamic advisory. Member of IBDA (International Biodynamic Association) and BFDI (Biodynamic Federation Demeter Intrenational). Responsible for the Demeter-standards in Denmark.
Formabio is a network of farming schools. Its aim is to develop courses and information materials about organic farming, provide technical help in organic farming conversion for farming schools, coordinate collaboration between research, associations, and farming schools, and participate in organic events. The network depends on the Ministry of Agriculture.
FiBL Deutschland e.V. provides scientific services to organic agriculture, especially at the interface between research and agricultural practice. From this mandate it derives the four pillars of its work for organic agriculture and the organic food industry. These pillars are knowledge transfer, drawing up concepts to strengthen organic agriculture, scientific support for stakeholders in the field and the promotion of stakeholdernetworks.
The Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) is one of the world’s leading institutes in the field of organic agriculture. Its locations are situated in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, France and a representation in Brussels (Belgium) through FiBL Europe. FiBL’s strengths lie in its interdisciplinary research, innovations developed jointly with farmers and the food industry, solution-oriented development projects and rapid knowledge transfer from research into practice.
FiBL Austria is a non-profit organization based in Vienna. FiBL Austria regards itself as a service centre and interface between research and practice, coupled with an active role in networking with all stakeholders along the organic food production chain. FiBL Austria cultivates intensive cooperation with both Austrian research partners and partners in education, training and advisory services.
FRUXOTIC International Consultancy offers advisory services along the entire value chain of the organic fruits trade. Our vast experience in supporting producers, processors, traders, consumers, project developers and other supporters includes trade packaging, energy saving and recovery, waste and wastewater management, taking environmental, social, and economic aspects into account. Also, our team works in all aspects of bioenergy, emission reduction and climate protection, fair trade, and s...
Out of an environmental movement Gäa e.V., association of organic farming, was founded in Dresden in 1988. Gäa became the first East German organic farmers organization. The main objective is to provide information and guidance to farmers, gardeners and processors for the conversion process to organic principles. Lobbying and capacity-building in the field of the organic sector are its main objectivs. Gäa has developed own standards and started inspection and certification activities in 1991....
Garden Organic (formerly known as the Henry Doubleday Research Association) is the UK's leading organic growing charity. The charity has been at the forefront of the organic horticulture movement for nearly 60 years and has over 20,000 members across the UK and overseas. Dedicated to promoting organic gardening in homes, communities and schools, the charity encourages people to grow the most sustainable way, and demonstrates the lasting benefits of organic growing to the health and wellbeing ...
The Section for Agriculture at the Goetheanum is one of eleven Sections of the School of Spiritual Science at the Goetheanum, Dornach/Switzerland. Its main tasks are to coordinate and give new impulses to the biodynamic movement worldwide. We organize courses, seminars, working groups, conferences, lecture tours and publications for people who seek to deepen their knowledge of agriculture out of anthroposophical spiritual science.. We carry out research and development projects. A key concern...
The BTQ conducts on-farm research in questions of holistic ecophysiology. This means that weeds and other culture-accompanying plants as well as insects depend on inner soil processes which can be influenced so that weed or insect regulation is not necessary. The year program includes field days, seminars and lectures on these topics.
GfRS has been a leading certification body for organic production since 1991. Our innovative team comprises 28 staff members and 50 inspectors, who hold different qualifications. It is our conviction that we dedicate our work to the field of organic certification and other reliable sustainability standards. We stand for transparency and credibility. Our highly motivated team engages in the improvement of the quality assurance for agriculture products and food. The effective implementation of...
We develop and operate the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). GOTS is recognized as the leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibers worldwide. It defines high level environmental criteria along the entire supply chain of organic textiles and requires compliance with social criteria and independent third party certification.
We want to live in a world where every consumer is offered high quality and affordable organically grown food products. Therefore at GreenEO, we are delighted to do our part for the organic farm and food monitoring, traceability, safety, and sustainability. We’re dedicated to finding organic farm/food producer locations around the globe, giving them the satellite insights to practice sustainable farming (i.e. identify pest infestation and yield prediction from the standing crop), and show oth...