North Country Organics has collected the following useful links through the years. We hope you find these sites helpful. If you find a link that is not working or would like to propose a site to be linked, feel free to write to us at email@example.com. NOTE: our links are, for the most part, to non-profit organizations. Please do not ask that we link to a commercial site.
All Organic Links
The global resource for Organic information.
Certified Naturally Grown
Certified Naturally Grown (CNG) is dedicated to strengthening sustainable agriculture by offering peer-review certification to farmers and beekeepers who use natural practices free of synthetic chemicals and GMOs to produce food for their local communities. More than 700 farmers and beekeepers in 48 states are Certified Naturally Grown. CNG is a grassroots non-profit organization, founded by farmers in 2002.
Cold War Organics offers the quintessential nutrients for growing cannabis and hemp.
Gardening for Health and Wellbeing
An introduction to gardening for health which includes mental as well as physical health.
A useful glossary of gardening terms from Great Britain.
Web based shopping resources.
Green Energy Times
Green Energy Newsletter.
Horticulture on the Internet
Lots of gardening links.
Promoting efficient use of resources, and making towns and cities healthier places to live and work as well as promoting the outstanding ideas and solutions of other non-profits, innovative government agencies and truly green companies.
Since we don’t offer mycorrhizae, we need to show you where to get it.
The National List
The USDA National Organic Program.
They’re your gateway to a world of information about organic foods—foods grown free of chemicals and pesticides.
Seed Buying 101: A Seed Gardener’s Glossary
Learn the difference between hierloom, hybrid, GMO, and open-pollinated seed varieties.
Urban Gardening and Agriculture
Urban gardening is a great way to improve the urban environment. Learn all about different forms of urban gardening and agriculture with our informational site. No matter how big your city or how small your apartment, you can enjoy gardening