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Green Field Farms to host organic forum

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PRESS RELEASE Wooster, Ohio — Green Field Farms BB #:363330 will host the 2020 Beyond Organic Forum at The Amish Door located at 1210 Winesburg Street, Wilmot, Ohio 44689 on January 22, 2020, featuring Bob Kirch, formerly of Caito Foods and author David Kline of Larksong Farm.

You will be provided with the answers needed to grow the organic segment of your business. Come prepared to take home an in depth understanding of how you can be an instrumental part of small-scale farming.

There is no cost to attend the event (complete Amish style lunch included), but preregistration is required. Seating is limited, so register soon to save your seat. Register online here or download the .pdf agenda and registration form here.

If you have any registration questions, please reach out to Green Field Farms at

Learn to appreciate the agrarian history of the Plain people. You will be walked through the changes of the Plain Community small family farms.
Farming on small family farms in the past is completely different than how it is done today, with the Green Field Farms Beyond Organic farming practices.

Bob Kirch, former President and CEO of Caito Foods, will bring to light what the produce industry looks like for the new millennium. Plan to attend to have all of your questions concerning the production practices, food safety processes, product availability, and farm integrity answered.

About Green Field Farms: Green Field Farms, a farmer owned co-op, was established in 2003 to revitalize the Plain Community’s rich farming history. These small family farms have been growing organic and nutrient dense food for centuries. The co-op includes approximately 100 produce growers planting and harvesting approximately 700 acres of certified organic produce. Green Field Farms producers have a moto of “Wholesome Values. Wholesome Food.” and follow strict guidelines and common principles that reach beyond FDA regulations to provide healthy, nourishing products. For more information, visit

James Swartzentruber (IT, Marketing, & Projects Manager)
Green Field Farms Co-op