Formerly known as the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES), Marbleseed was established in 1995 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit committed to supporting farmers in their transition toward sustainable, organic farming systems that are ecologically sound, economically viable, and socially just.
We work in community with small and medium-sized farms that are of human-scale, to support peer-to-peer learning with free and farmer-led programs, print and digital resources, and in-person events that support thriving regenerative and organic farms and food systems.
Marbleseed is widely known for hosting the Marbleseed Organic Farming Conference. Established in 1989, it’s the largest organic farming conference in the United States.
As the organic food and farming landscape continues to evolve and grow, Marbleseed remains committed to the roots of the organic farming movement: care for the planet, nourishment for communities, and support for regenerative and organic farmers who are working in relationship with the ecosystems that sustain us. Read our story.
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Marbleseed Organic Specialists are experienced organic farmers and organic farm inspectors who can answer your questions about organic farming practices and organic certification.