Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service

The Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) is a nonprofit organization based in Spring Valley, Wis. We promote organic and sustainable agriculture by providing the education, resources and expertise farmers need to succeed.

Educating farmers about organic and sustainable production is the foundation of our work. The cornerstone of this foundation is the annual MOSES Organic Farming Conference, the country’s largest conference on organic and sustainable farming. The MOSES Conference draws 3,000+ people each February to La Crosse, Wis. for more than 60 workshops, inspiring speakers, a two-floor Exhibit Hall, and organically grown food. You can find details about the MOSES Conference under Events in the navigation bar.

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Contact Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service

Faye Jones
Executive Director
S233 McKay Ave
PO Box 339
Spring Valley, Wisconsin  54767
Phone: 715-778-5775
Toll Free: 888-551-4769
Fax: 715-778-5773


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