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Women Lead Four U.S. Organic Food And Farming Groups

March 7, 2011: 06:35 PM EST
Maureen Wilmot's appointment as executive director of the Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF) in January means that women now head up four major organic food and farming bodies. Joan Boykin is executive director of The Organic Center; Christine Bushway is executive director of the Organic Trade Association; and Peggy Miars executive director of the Organic Materials Review Institute. OFRF's annual luncheon in Anaheim, California, honors the women leaders. Peggy Miars said that as women often provide the backbone of US families in America, it’s natural that they should also lead key organic organizations. 
Sandra Marquardt, "Women Now Lead Four Key U.S. Organic Food and Farm Groups", OTA, March 07, 2011, © OTA
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