Idaho Center for Sustainable Agriculture
The Idaho Center for Sustainable Agriculture (ICSA) is a 501(c)(3) organization formed to promote local and sustainable food communities through research, collaboration with farmers, and the expansion of local food distribution.
The Idaho Center for Sustainable Agriculture (ICSA) will host a 3nd annual Regional Sustainable Agriculture Conference on Tuesday November 18th, 2014 at the Nampa Civic Center. The conference will feature Joel Salatin and Gabe Brown and will educate the public and define a Sustainable Agriculture future that balances environmental, health and farmer profitability concerns.
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ICSA Mission Statement:
- Promote local food diversity and delivery.
- Incentivize farming as a career path for entrepreneurs.
- Build healthy soils and promote water conservation.
- Advocate local food safety and responsible pesticide & antibiotic use.
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The ICSA’s capstone mission is to support the emergence of profitable farmers and help develop low cost year-round food hub facilities across Idaho that would synergize sustainably minded research, education, and food processing operations.
The organization recognizes the complex inter-relationships between growers, distributors, retailers, and consumers while seeking to improve environmental quality and promote social responsibility.