Clemson University ‘Going Organic’ Webinars to Grow Your Business

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The Clemson University Organic Plant Breeding Institute continues its “Going Organic” webinar series to teach growers how to produce nutritional legumes and save money.

These free webinars, featuring presentations by world-renowned researchers who are experts in their fields, will be held monthly through May 2024. This series is part of a United States Department of Agriculture National Institute for Food and Agriculture-funded grant project.

Registration is requested. Click on links provided to register for each webinar. For information, contact Dil Thavarajah,

Going Organic Webinar Series 2024

Speakers, topics, and registration links for the 2024 Clemson Going Organic Webinar Series are listed below.

  • Jan. 31 – Michael Mazourek, vegetable breeder, Cornell University. 10 a.m. (EST)
  • Feb. 14 – Lane Selman, agronomist, Oregon State University. 1 p.m. (EST)
  • March 13 – Mehmet Tulbek, president, Food Centre. 10 a.m. (EST)
    • Research and commercialization solutions for alternative protein and upcycled food ingredients
    • Registration link
  • April 17 – Sara Eckhouse, executive director, Food Shot Global. 10 a.m. (EST)
  • May 15 – Erin Clayton, scientific research advisor, Good Food Institute. 10 a.m. (EST)
    • Market trends and research opportunities in the global plant protein industry
    • Registration link

Organic farming is becoming more popular. The latest figures from the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service for organic farming in the United States for 2021 show a 13%, or $1.28 billion, increase in total sales and a 5% increase in the number of farms from 2019.

Credit: Clemson University, Morning Ag Clips