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Bipartisan bill might seed the future of organic farming
by Lisa Held
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12 December 2017
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Advocates on both sides of the aisle say doubling funding for the USDA's organic research program will help farmers meet demand and remain competitive. Maine representative Chellie Pingree, herself a farmer and advocate for organic farming practices ... and others say funding more research is crucial to help farmers who are making the transition. In order to move this needle, Pingree in May introduced the Organic Agriculture Research Act of 2017 (H.R. 2436), which proposes more than doubling the program's funding to $50 million per year through 2023, with the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill. Support for the legislation has been picking up steam, with more than 50 new co-sponsors (47 Democrats, 4 Republicans) signing on between September and November 2017.
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