Aboriginals (First Nation, Metis, Inuit); Disadvantaged; Men; Children (0-10 years); Seniors; Women
Canadian Organic Growers (COG) is a national charitable organization (13014 0494 RR0001) with members in all regions of Canada. COG is connected to the regions through eight regional Chapters, four affiliated organizations, and to the international organic community through membership in the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM).
COG's membership is diverse and includes farmers, gardeners, processors, retailers, educators, policy-makers, and consumers. Not all COG members run certified organic operations, but they share a vision for a sustainable bioregionally-based organic food system. Our members believe that organic food production is the best choice for the health of consumers and producers, for the protection and enhancement of the environment, and for the sustainability of the food production system. In fact we believe that the survival of our country and even of the planet depends on it.
To lead local and national communities towards sustainable organic stewardship of land, food and fibre while respecting nature, upholding social justice and protecting natural resources.
Canadian Organic Growers- Ottawa St lawrence Outaouais is a chapter of COG offering programs, events and resources to Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec. www.cog.ca/ottawa
The Senior Organic Gardeners' Advisory Group requires a volonteer member with experience in searching for grants and sponsorships for seniors' programs. Please describe your knowledge and experience in searching for grants and completing grant applications open to seniors' programs offered offered in Ottawa by a registered national charity.