Organic Certification Cost Share

Certified organic producers and handlers can apply now for reimbursement of certification-related expenses incurred during Oct. 1, 2014 to Sept. 30, 2015.

Payments may be up to 75 percent of certification costs with a maximum of $750 per category of certification.

The certification cost-share program is managed through state departments of agriculture.

Click here for more information about the cost-share program as well as organic certification from the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES).

Apply for reimbursement by the deadlines per state.

Illinois — Nov. 2, 2015

Iowa — Sept. 30, 2015

Michigan — Dec. 1, 2015

Minnesota — Oct. 31, 2015

North Dakota — Nov. 16, 2015

South Dakota — Nov. 13, 2015

Wisconsin — Nov. 30, 2015

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Organic Certification Cost Share Deadlines

Organic Certification Cost Share

Certified organic producers and handlers can apply now for reimbursement of certification-related expenses incurred during Oct. 1, 2014 to Sept. 30, 2015.

Payments may be up to 75 percent of certification costs with a maximum of $750 per category of certification.

The certification cost-share program is managed through state departments of agriculture.

Click here for more information about the cost-share program as well as organic certification from the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES).

Apply for reimbursement by the deadlines per state.

Illinois — Nov. 2, 2015

Iowa — Sept. 30, 2015

Michigan — Dec. 1, 2015

Minnesota — Oct. 31, 2015

North Dakota — Nov. 16, 2015

South Dakota — Nov. 13, 2015

Wisconsin — Nov. 30, 2015