MOSES Farmer-to-Farmer Mentoring Program
Chuck Anderas, MOSES Organic Specialist

The MOSES Farmer-to-Farmer Mentoring Program pairs experienced organic farmers with those new to organic production to encourage their success. If you are a beginning farmer, or you want to transition to organic, or add a new enterprise to your organic farm, gain insights from a mentor who has "been there” and knows what has and hasn't worked.

Mentored farmers pay $350 for a year-long mentorship that includes complimentary admission to the 2020 & 2021 MOSES Organic Farming Conference The application deadline for the 2020 program is Oct. 31.

We're also looking for experienced organic farmers to be mentors. Mentors receive a stipend and conference admission. Please consider adding your name to our pool of mentors! We’d love to grow our pool of fruit producers in particular. Learn more about the mentorship opportunity at

This opportunity was published without images. The Gallery button below will take you to our main Gallery page to browse other images.


Orchardists, hobby gardeners, customers and those just beginning to explore fruit growing use our online resources to discuss topics related to organic fruit production, marketing, and policy.


Learn from experienced fruit growers and industry professionals, access current research, find and share resources, and network with other members through seminars, workshops, field days and our quarterly newsletter, Just Picked!


OFGA facilitates connections and collaborations with researchers at universities and private companies to address the challenges of managing fruit diseases and pests organically even in humid regions of the US.


OFGA is a professional organization able to represent the interests of member-growers in discussions about the public policies and programs that affect small growers.

  • OFGA

* Note that currently, OFGA is happening through email and Listserv communications, community events, not on Facebook, so the best way to get in touch with us is through signing up for more information above or by emailing Nellie Robertson at

© 2019-2020 by Organic Fruit Growers Association | Copyright and Privacy Policy