The International Society of Organic Agriculture Research (ISOFAR) was launched in 2003 and promotes and supports research in all areas of Organic Agriculture by facilitating global co-operation in research, methodological development, education and knowledge exchange; supporting individual researchers through membership services, publications and events and integrating stakeholders in the research process.
ISOFAR pursues its mission by:
supporting individual researchers, from both generalist organic systems and specialist disciplinary backgrounds, through membership services including events, publications, and relevant scientific structures facilitating global co-operation in research, education and knowledge exchange encouraging conceptual, methodological and theoretical development, respecting the ethos of organic agriculture, in a systems/inter-disciplinary context encouraging the active participation of users and stakeholders, with their accumulated knowledge and experience, in the prioritisation, development, conduct, evaluation and communication of research fostering relationships with related research associations, including joint events and publications. Not yet a member? Click here to learn how to join today!