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organic matters a blog about everything organic – melody meyer, unfi’s resident organic industry thought leader and blogger on organic news topics like: organic policy and regulations, environmental impacts, gmo’s, organic fair trade and transparent labeling. read up and join the conversation. menu skip to content homefaq on commentswho is melody meyer post navigation ← older posts the rich history & bright future of biodynamic posted on december 8, 2016 by melody meyer last july i had the great pleasure of visiting germany and austria as an organic ambassador with the foreign ag service. as i interloped between embassies and ministries, i was able to savor the hearty cuisine and imbibe the most precious wines and beers. what i came to discover during my culinary indulgences was that almost all of the organic faire was biodynamic. i soon learned that this wasn’t just another organic certification but an entire philosophy, one that beholds the farm as a healthy, living, breathing organism. the very nugget of biodynamic is that the farm can be a self-contained and self-sustaining entity, responsible for creating and maintaining its own individual health and vitality. continue reading → posted in culinary delights, environment, social implications in agriculture, what is organic | tagged biodynamic, climate change, demeter usa, organic agriculture, organic farming | 2 comments a dirty organic thanks posted on november 21, 2016 by melody meyer we have almost survived our four-year electoral margination. the beaver moon has eclipsed its emboldened shine. now we must think of the good meal we will celebrate with friends and family to give thanks. as we consider this gourmands holiday with big birds and fluffy stuffing, it’s not too much of a stretch to consider giving thanks for the soil from whenst it all springs forth. let’s raise a toast to dirt, humus, and compost and yes to manure itself. for in that microbial dirty brew life is sustained. continue reading → posted in culinary delights, environment, social implications in agriculture, what is organic | tagged organic farmers, organic farming, organic food, organic hydroponic, organic soil, thanksgiving | 4 comments what’s at stake at this week’s national organic standards board meeting? posted on november 16, 2016 by melody meyer the election is behind us, and the next policy balloon destined to go off this week is in st. louis, missouri. i am here not to saunter under the gateway arch nor worry the corporate offices of monsanto. i am here to attend the national organic standards board (nosb) biannual meeting which provides an opportunity for organic stakeholders to give input on proposed recommendations and discussions. these meetings can decide the fate of organic farming and manufacturing for many years to come. indeed the very future of organic is held in the hands of the 15 individuals on the board. so it’s important to show up. continue reading → posted in environment, organic policy and regulations, social implications in agriculture, what is organic | tagged hydroponics, national organic program, national organic standard board, organic farming, organic food, organic trade association | 2 comments is the organic movement a democracy? posted on november 10, 2016 by melody meyer it has been an interesting few months. the national election hasn’t been the only campaign i’ve been engaged in. seems that when i ask questions that aren’t perfectly in accord with the views of others, a cascade of misinformation is scattered about the internet. i ask you to consider the idea of an organic democracy where free speech can create vigorous healthy dialogue. when i write, i write for the entire community, not just one side. sometimes i reiterate concerns or points of view that others have expressed. the vision of my blog is to stimulate dialogue and to bring forth the issues of the day so they can be discussed and carefully weighed. in a recent blog, i posed questions that have been asked by organic seed breeders and other informed stakeholders. the concern they have voiced is that the nosb may ban some seed breeding methods before we can understand their possible benefits and risks. if you take a moment to carefully read the organic matters blog post, you’ll note that i state that these gmo technologies “need more investigation and discussion,” that they “must be explored and challenged” and that “they do not belong in organic production.” yet the headlines declared: “now gene editing techniques are being promoted to be included in organic standards by ota / unfi”  “ota board member and unfi lobbyist melody meyer wrote about allowing “gene editing” – a new form of genetic engineering – into organic standards – a clear sign that the ota and the corporate paymasters at unfi want to include these new techniques over the objections of virtually all organic farmers and consumers.” asking questions is not an indication of support. sometimes difficult conversations need to be had, and it is because of public suppression that many in our community are afraid to speak up. i hope the organic community can become comfortable with individuals initiating these complex conversations in the future. here is what you need to know regarding the latest kerfuffle: unfi is unequivocally opposed to gmos in organic, and we are not advocating for new gene-editing or any other gmo technologies to be allowed in organic. we interpret the organic regulations to prohibit gene editing as an excluded method. most of these new techniques are not in the nop regulations definition which is creating uncertainty and discussion in the organic business community. the work of the national organic standards board (nosb) is important, and our comments to the nosb must be focused on getting clarification to remove the uncertainty in the marketplace. after 40 years of working hard and serving the organic movement, i care deeply about organic. this is the very reason i am willing to be the one who serves forth some of the most difficult subjects. elaborating on a point of view should not automatically make the author a turncoat, or one who embraces that specific point of view. a thoughtful author only intends to stimulate stakeholders to weigh the opportunities and risks so that the right outcomes are achieved. once again, dear reader, i ask you tough questions: what kind of movement do we have if no one can bring forward controversial subjects? do we tolerate an environment where differing voices are censored?? would the organic community be better served by ceasing the internal firing and instead take aim at conventional toxic-laden agriculture? should we as a community agree to sometimes disagree and work towards a solution? how do we move forward as a democratic movement that includes free speech, innovation and sometimes dissenting voices? putting those questions aside i pledge to you – i will not be dissuaded from unearthing thorny topics. i will not cease to give voice to those who are afraid to be heard. i promise to always serve the organic community with all its intricacies and foibles. what burning questions do you have about organic food and farming that you want to explore? let’s lean in together and make this a safe place for civic discourse. posted in organic policy and regulations, social implications in agriculture, what is organic | tagged national organic standard board, nosb, organic farmers, organic farming, organic seed | 19 comments peeling back the onion: what this election means for food and agriculture posted on november 3, 2016 by melody meyer early november in california signals the end and the beginning of many things. this year as the election looms, i cut and chop the last dry farm tomatoes from molino creek farm. each slice marks the conclusion of these ruby orbs of delight. i make caponata to extend the last vestiges of summer flavor in my kitchen. as i peel back the onion, i muse on its ability to make me weep and the way it will transform into a sweet caramelized crescendo. this election has been much like an onion with its multitude of sharp layers, sometimes bitter, yet holding sweet potential for food and agriculture. let’s peel back the layers this november to see where we can make progress in food and ag policy.     continue reading → posted in culinary delights, environment, farm bill, organic policy and regulations, social implications in agriculture, what is organic | tagged 2016 election, farm bill, food policy, organic farming, organic food, organic policy | 7 comments post navigation ← older posts meet melody vice president of policy and industry relations for united natural foods read more> follow this blog enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. blogs i follow search categories culinary delights environment fair trade farm bill gmo labeling organic policy and regulations social implications in agriculture what is organic recent posts the rich history & bright future of biodynamic a dirty organic thanks what’s at stake at this week’s national organic standards board meeting? 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