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The Livestock Committee of the National Organic Standards Board in collaboration with the USDA National Organic Program has appointed individuals to serve on the Aquatic Animals Task Force – Aquaculture Working Group.  This information can be found at http://www.ams.usda.gov/nop/indexIE.htm. Click on NEW LINK: Task Forces.  This group is charged with developing recommendations for national organic standards for aquaculture for review and consideration by the full National Organic Standards Board with eventual rulemaking steps anticipated to be taken by the USDA National Organic Program.

To assist this process, the National Organic Aquaculture Work Group, created in December 2003 and presently co-chaired by George Lockwood and Richard Nelson recently submitted a White Paper titled, Proposed National Organic Standards for Farm-Aquatic Animals (Aquaculture) with Supporting Documentation and Information to the USDA National Organic Program.  The White Paper was prepared with contributions from many individuals and was co-edited by George Lockwood, Richard Nelson and Gary Jensen.  It is intended to serve as a valuable reference and starting point for broader deliberations and dialogue on this subject.  It has been distributed to members of the National Organic Standards Board Aquaculture Working Group, several national organic agriculture organizations and numerous media representatives.

If you wish to receive an electronic PDF version of the White Paper and copy of press release, please contact Gary Jensen at: gjensen@csrees.usda.gov

There is increasing interest by the National Organic Standards Board, USDA National Organic Programs, and diverse stakeholders to support the development of much needed national organic standards for aquaculture products.  This process is beginning in earnest and will likely require considerable time in the future to promulgate a final rule.

A group representing shellfish interests for national organic standards has also prepared proposed recommendations that have been submitted to the USDA National Organic Program and as a reference to the National Organic Standards Board.
 
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