The OOC has been working to support and develop Oregon's organic industry and community. Since its founding, key accomplishments include:
- Organizing and reviving Organically Grown in Oregon Week (OGOW)
- Hosting the regional meeting for National Organic Action Plan (NOAP), November 2006
- Supporting 3 bills in the Oregon Legislature designed to bring food from local farms into Oregon schools, July 2007
- Endorsing Oregon Tilth's application to SARE for a grant titled "Field Training to Improve Coordination Between Conservation Program Delivery and Organic Certification in Oregon, Washington and Idaho", July 2007
- Supporting federal funding for organic research at Oregon State University
- There are currently approximately $7 million worth of grants, which fund organic research & education at OSU. Prior to 2004, and the creation of the OOC, there were no grants related to organic at OSU.
- OOC Support Letter for OSU Organic Cropping Project (pdf)
- Identifying Oregonians from each sector of our state's organic industry and extending invitations to them to fill all OOC Leadership Council Positions, September 2007
- Creation of the GMO working group in 2011, along with input from other agencies, in order to affect legislation as it pertains to GMOs.
- Integrating research and practice in systems management of organic vegetable farms.
Oregon Organic Statistics