The Canadian Organic Grower (TCOG) is a national magazine covering organic production, research, marketing and more. The magazine has been around for 37 years, published three times a year, reaching farmers, gardeners and consumers all across Canada.
Reading TCOG will help you to:
- Learn how to grow, sell and prepare organic food.
- Discover innovative techniques used by organic farmers and gardeners.
- Stay current on social, economic and regulatory issues regarding organic production.
- Connect with the organic community across Canada.
We now offer annual subscriptions and a single-issue purchase option for both the print magazine and the digital edition, which you can find here. You can also find TCOG magazine on select newsstands across Canada! Find a list of retailers here.
Here on the TCOG website, we publish a selection of the print articles along with web-exclusive items and gems from our archives.
If you’re interested in growing or consuming organic, sustainably produced food, then you’ll enjoy this magazine! Our aim is to provide practical, timely information useful to growers and eaters across Canada.
Much of our content comes from contributions of dedicated volunteers; we are always looking for people willing to help write, share story ideas and photos and help us develop this valuable resource. Learn more about our submission guidelines here.
Your subscriptions and/or donations to COG keep the useful information flowing!
Canadian Organic Growers
Canadian Organic Growers (COG) is a registered national charity focused on resilient agriculture. COG is engaged in organic education, policy work and sector development at the local, regional and national levels. COG’s educational services help farmers and gardeners produce fresh, healthy food using an approach that is environmentally sound and commercially viable. COG promotes the value and integrity of organic methods to help ensure the future of organic production.
COG’s mission is to lead local and national communities towards sustainable organic stewardship of land, food and fibre while respecting nature, upholding social justice and protecting natural resources.
TCOG is one of COG’s many organic resources. Learn more about COG’s work, such as workshops, publications and more online resources, here.