Remember to Register Your Sensitive Site

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Essential for Organic Producers:
To protect yourself from pesticide drift, register with The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship (IDALS) sensitive crop registry.  This registry is used to create an on-line directory for use by pesticide applicators to identify the locations of sensitive crops and apiaries and minimize the potential for pesticide drift damage.

Make sure to register your organic site or apiary for 2015.  
You must re-register each calendar year.

Click here to visit the Iowa Department of Agriculture & Land Stewardship’s site to read more or register. 

Welcome to the Iowa Organic Association

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The Iowa Organic Association is a non-profit group of like-minded individuals, organizations, companies and associations dedicated to the advancement of Iowa’s organic production and industry. The IOA has come together to serve as an umbrella association whose goal is to represent all facets and concerns of Iowa’s organic farmers, wholesalers, retailers, processors, handlers, educators, researchers, consumers and advocates.

Organic Food Processing Tour of Grain Miller’s Inc (2014)

Over 50 people took part in the Iowa Organic Association’s tour of Grain Miller’s Inc tour and educational afternoon.

Please consider becoming a member

You will have the opportunity to receive periodic newsletters to keep you informed of IOA activities and other interesting articles, resources through our website including NOSB actions, emerging research in organic food and food animal production, resources and input information. Download an Individual Membership Form.

Become a corporate sponsor

With a Corporate Membership you will have the opportunity to host a day at the State Fair IOA Booth, contribute website content, receive periodic newsletters to keep you informed of IOA activities and other interesting articles and resources through our website or social media.