To be able to call produce "Certified Organic," our farming practices must be certified in accordance with the United States Department of Agriculture National Organic Plan. The farm must adhere to a rigorous process of record keeping and inspection as required by the NOP (National Organic Program) and The Idaho State Department of Agriculture Organic Program. This provides, you, our valued customers with the assurance that we use only approved methods of sustainable farming, pest control and fertilization. We are proud to be one of the first Idaho farms leading the way in producing "Certified Organic produce" -- going the extra steps to provide you with food you can trust. Remember, "pesticide free," "insecticide free" and other such terms are NOT "Certified Organic." We proudly display our certificate.