All Non Profits
Non Profit, Charity, .Orgs That Help Farmers And Ranchers
Seafood Watch partners are helping transform the marketplace in favor of environmentally responsible fisheries and aquaculture operations. Join us in making a commitment toward sourcing ocean-friendly seafood.
BIODYNAMIC PREPARATIONS – RESEARCH – EDUCATION – CONSULTING
Demeter certified Biodynamic Preparations, spray service, workshops, consultations,
We specialize in high potency preparations and soil amendments.
Biodynamic Source is an entrepreneurial, non-profit dedicated to the preservation
and evolution of Biodynamic Agriculture through our research, demonstration, production and distribution of Demeter Certified BioDyynamic preparations.
Education is one of our core mission, offering year long, part time training in BioDynamic .
The North Fork Valley Growers Directory includes certified Naturally Grown and USDA certified organic, biodynamic and non-certified producers, winegrowers, nurseries, retailers, specialty products suppliers, and farm stay information.
Every year VOGA publishes the VOGA Member Directory and provides copies free of charge throughout the region. This source book is invaluable to consumers who choose to eat fresh and local in Western Colorado.
Please join us!
Create and support viable local agriculture.
Maintain and improve the health of our soil, air and water.
Ensure the production of nutritious food, free from synthetic inputs.
We envision a vibrant community of prosperous, local farms that sustain the land and provide healthy agricultural products.
VOGA was founded in 1992 in the beautiful North Fork Valley of the Gunnison River, Colorado. We support the largest concentration of organic, sustainable growers in the state. VOGA was formed to network growers, educate consumers and promote the benefits of sustainable agriculture that provides fresh, regionally unique products to the consumer.
Our membership has grown to include small and mid-size growers, ranchers, retailers and individuals who support our vision.
Global Animal Partnership’s 5-Step Animal Welfare Rating Program was developed with the animal’s welfare as the primary focus. But what does farm animal welfare mean?
We define animal welfare as 3 overlapping components that together with good management and genetics, contribute to good farm animal welfare:
Health & Productivity – raising animals so that they’re healthy and productive with good quality feed and water, shelter, and free from disease, illness and injury (but treating any animals that get sick).
Natural Living – raising animals in environments that allow them to express their natural behaviors effectively – both indoors and outdoors
Emotional Well Being – raising animals in environments that provide them the ability to be inquisitive, happy and playful and minimize boredom, frustration, fear, stress and pain, as much as possible.
By defining animal welfare, this helps us to identify and improve farming and ranching systems and practices. We then translate these systems into standards for each species under our GAP 5-Step® Animal Welfare Rating program.
We’ve created a comprehensive program of standards for each animal group.
Our 5-Step Rating program tells you exactly how the animals have been raised.
Every single farm partner is audited by an independent company every 15 months.
NO antibiotics, animal by-products in feed or added hormones. EVER. You can buy GAP 5-Step® certified meat or products with confidence knowing that the animals have been raised following comprehensive standards focused on their care and welfare. We think this creates better tasting meat.
WFTO and its members believe changing the practices in the supply chain to follow the 10 Principles of Fair Trade is the path to seeking trade justice and equity in the international trading structures. To be able to deliver the promise of Fair Trade, practices from the production to sale of products should pass the global Fair Trade Standard set by WFTO. Fair Trade scrutiny should not only focus on the production sphere but also on the buying behavior of organisations. This is because for WFTO the burden of proving Fair Trade compliance covers the entire supply chain, and is not the sole responsibility of producers.
Learn more about our Principles, Code of Practice, approach to Fair Trade and more in this section.
Definition of Fair Trade
10 Principles of Fair Trade
Code of Practice
Charter of Fair Trade Principles
The Metamorphosis of Fair Trade
Fair Trade Myths
Search For fair Trade Products Here
To find Fair Trade products suppliers or search WFTO members, kindly use the search form below. Organisations with contact details are Monitored Fair Trade Organisations; the members “on probation” have some minor points to address but are also full members. They are eligible to carry the WFTO Logo. Members without description and contacts are provisional members or members with due monitoring obligations with no privilege to use our logo; they are in the process of attaining/renewing full membership status.
If you want to find out who our Guaranteed members are, those which have already been successfully completed their first cycle of the Guarantee System (including an external audit) and can use the WFTO organisational label on their products, select “Guaranteed Member” status in the organisation search.
Citizens for a Healthy Community (CHC) is a 500-member strong grassroots 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the air, water and foodsheds within the Delta County region of Southwest Colorado from the impacts of oil and gas development and paving the way for a renewable, clean energy future.
DAIRY MAX IS A NONPROFIT DAIRY COUNCIL REPRESENTING MORE THAN 900 DAIRY FARM FAMILIES ACROSS SEVEN STATES.
We’re a connected group of experts in dairy farming, education, health and wellness, and business, who are fanatical about the power of dairy. An affiliate of Dairy Management Inc. and National Dairy Council, Dairy MAX was founded in 1995 to represent dairy farmers across Texas, western Oklahoma, New Mexico and southwest Kansas. In 2018, the former Western Dairy Association – representing farmers across Colorado, Wyoming and Montana since 1936 – became part of the Dairy MAX family.
DAIRY MAX, INC.
2214 Paddock Way
Grand Prairie, TX 75050
Humane Farm Animal Care (HFAC) is the leading non-profit certification organization dedicated to improving the lives of farm animals in food production from birth through slaughter.
The goal of the program is to improve the lives of farm animals by driving consumer demand for kinder and more responsible farm animal practices.
When you see the Certified Humane Raised and Handled® label on a product you can be assured that the food products have come from facilities that meet precise, objective standards for farm animal treatment.
You have the power to make a difference in the lives of farm animals. Take action for farm animals today by:
Insisting only on Certified Humane® products in grocery stores and restaurants. Find where to buy products.
Portland Urban Beekeepers is a non-profit organization of beekeepers that provides community, advocacy, and education for those interested in raising honey bees and supporting their presence in the environment.
PUB is an official chapter of the Oregon State Beekeepers Association.
Monthly meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month from 7:00 – 9:00pm. Meeting dates and times can be found on the PUB Calendar. The February meeting is cancelled. Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at our new location, Multnomah Friends Meeting Hall, located at:
4312 SE Stark St, Portland, 97215