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Organic farming expert John Mesko talks about how, despite barriers, it's still a growth industry
by Tom Meersman
Minneapolis Star Tribune Translate This Article
27 May 2017
On 27 May 2017 Minneapolis Star Tribune reported:
John Mesko, executive director at Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES), has a broad background in both conventional and organic farming. He worked in product development, fertilizer sales and biotechnology research early in his career, led the Sustainable Farming Association in Minnesota for several years, and joined MOSES last September. The Spring Valley-based nonprofit works to promote sustainable and organic agriculture, and is best known for playing host to the nation's largest organic farming conference each year in La Crosse, Wis., and for numerous educational programs. Mesko spoke recently in Minneapolis about the demand for organic food and barriers to organic producers, and answered questions in an interview afterward. [Excerpts of interview in full article:]
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