Guest post by Peggy Miars, Executive Director/CEO at Organic Materials Review Institute. If you have questions pertaining to this article, please contact author.
Guest post by Mark Misar, southeastern South Dakota farmer and teacher. If you have questions pertaining to this article, please contact author.
During the month of October, Turning Green’s Project Green Challenge (PGC) features 30 days of environmentally-themed challenges, providing high school and college students with mentorship, advocacy, and leadership skills.
The National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) fall 2016 meeting is November 16-18 at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel in St. Louis, MO. NOSB meetings provide an opportunity for organic stakeholders to give input on proposed NOSB recommendations and discussion items. Also, allows for … Continued
New national organization for organic farmers will provide advocacy, latest research and education, and information-sharing among farmers
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After serving in the U.S. Military, Lyndsey and Chuck wanted to pursue a career in helping people. They both desired a career that was just as rewarding as their previous positions. Rodale Institute’s Veterans Farming Training Program assists veterans interested in organic agriculture ensure that … Continued
Dr. Gladis Zinati, Associate Research Scientist at Rodale Institute, has received funding from Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture to evaluate the impact of rolled cover crop mixtures and insectary strips on organic vegetable cropping.