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Certified Naturally Grown (CNG) offers peer-review certification to farmers and beekeepers producing food, flowers, and fiber for their local communities by working in harmony with nature, without relying on synthetic chemicals or GMOs.

Our standards are based on the highest ideals of the organic movement. Our approach is based on transparency, direct relationships and a firm belief in our ability to create something uniquely valuable by working together.

Liz Visser of Owl's Nest Farm, MD

It’s both educational and comforting to have access through CNG to the wisdom of farmers with similar concerns and growing conditions.

Liz - Owl's Nest Farm
Chad and Xenia of Hole in the Woods Farm, IN

One year, our alpaca pasture flooded and then we spent the summer battling the Colorado potato beetle. Thanks to advice from a fellow farmer during our inspection, our yield was actually quite high that year and we were able to recover. Being CNG is the most amazing professional development!

Chad and Xenia - Hole in the Woods Farm
Liz Visser of Blandford Nature Center Farm, MI

I enjoy being CNG certified because it provides accountability to my CSA members and market customers for my growing practices.  I appreciate the peer review system, because I feel connected to a community of small scale, sustainable farmers across the country!

Liz Visser - Blandford Nature Center Farm
Ed of Tiny Bridge Farm, NC

It’s more than how we label our products or how we grow vegetables, we really value meeting and learning from other growers. We grow our community through the farmer-to-farmer peer certification process.

Ed Graves - Tiny Bridge Farm

Upcoming Events

December 11

Data-Driven Decision Making

What if everything you needed to make the best decisions for your business was right in front of you? Often…

December 12

About CNG Webinar

Join CNG certification Specialist Keegan Athey as she shares about the benefits of being Certified Naturally Grown. Learn who we…

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CNG Mushroom Farmer’s Innovation Makes Popular Magazine

The following story was originally printed in Hobby Farms Magazine, written by Phillip Mlynar

Seed Sourcing with Confidence

December is seed buying season for many farmers across the US and Canada, so we thought we’d add some extra…

Onion Sourcing Update

Lots of folks have been struggling to find organic onion transplants, but thanks to a tenacious CNG farmer, we have…

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