Organic FarmingOrganic farms can be found statewide with enterprises ranging through all agricultural sectors. Although there are approximately a dozen large businesses, the majority of organic farms remain small-scale operations. Organic farming is expanding in all sectors and Government and Industry are working together to support all level of operations in this unique sector. The normal conversion period from conventional to organic farming is three years.
The FarmPoint website offers access to information on all aspects of agriculture for Tasmanian farmers and our community.
Organic Coalition of Tasmania
For further information:
Graduate Project Officer
13 St Johns Avenue NEW TOWN TAS 7008
Phone: 03 6233 6812
Fax: 03 6228 5123
Department switchboard: 1300 368 550 (local call cost within Australia)
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