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Marbleseed, formerly known as the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES), is a 501c3 nonprofit committed to supporting farmers in their transition toward sustainable, regenerative, organic farming systems that are ecologically sound, economically viable, and socially just.

We work in community with human-scale farmers 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.

To schedule an interview with Marbleseed staff, a Field Day host farmer, or a speaker at the Marbleseed Organic Farming Conference, please contact communications@marbleseed.org.

Marbleseed in the media

Grant program to aid local food efforts, Farm Progress, September 27, 2022
Marbleseed joins partners in a two-year federal grant program to “help with education and technical assistance to recruit farmer-producers to sell their food into the local foods supply chain.”

Ciranda Names New Head of Sustainability, World Grain, June 28, 2022

Sowing Seeds of Change, University of Minnesota, June 23, 2022

Starting small leads to succeeding big, Agri-View, Jason Maloney, June 23, 2022

Wisconsin Women in Conservation holds Spring gathering, SWNews4U, Gillian Pomplun, June 15, 2022

Soil Health Institute Engages Students From Historically Black Colleges and Universities To Promote Greater Equity in Sustainable Agriculture Through Internship Program, CSR Wire, June 15, 2022

Pollinator Week Makes a Buzz, 715 News Room, Morgan McCarthy, June 13, 2022

Wisconsin Ag Connection, MOSES (Midwest Organic) Changes Name to Marbleseed, June 7, 2022


First convergence marks turning point for the Regenerative Agriculture Alliance, AgWeek, Noah Fish, March 18, 2022

Missouri Farmers Union member appointed to NOSB, The Fence Post, March 11, 2022

WIU Alumnus Named 2022 Organic Farmer of the Year, Western Illinois University, March 1, 2022

MOSES Conference returns to La Crosse Center, News 8000, February 22, 2022

MOSES Organic Farming Conference wraps up, WXOW La Cross, February 26, 2022

MOSES Conference gears up organic producers for next farming season, AgWeek, Noah Fish, March 7, 2022

DATCP Awarded $500,000 Grant to Strengthen Stress Management Resources for Wisconsin Farmers, Ripon Press, October 31, 2021

Rethinking Food with Solidarity in Mind: Lessons from COVID-19, Nonprofit Quarterly, Lori Stern, October 21, 2021

Wisconsin Farmers Hope for a ‘Level Playing Field’ as Biden Administration Considers Reviving Organic Rules Trump Killed, Up North News, Julian Emerson, August 6, 2021

Organic Farmers Hurt by Trump Administration Hope for a 'Level Playing Field', In These Times, Julian Emerson, August 6, 2021

Organic Producers: Return Of Animal Welfare Rules Will Level Playing Field For Smallest Farms, Wisconsin Public Radio, Hope Kirwan, July 5, 2021

Regional organizations recognized for social entrepreneurship, Leader Telegram, Eric Lindquist, April 13, 2021

In the Upper Midwest, Cracking the Code for Farmland Access, Civil Eats, Lauren Koshere, March 2, 2020