We are now accepting applications for Internship Positions in our Agriculture Supported Communities (ASC) Program for the second half of the 2014 growing season. ASC is a unique twist on a traditional CSA that makes fresh, organic produce accessible and … Continued
By Coach Mark Smallwood Follow Coach’s blogs posts at Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen and EcoWatch Americans have a serious spending problem. Our nation is $17.5 trillion in debt; we finance new homes, cars, and educations pretty much as a rule; … Continued
(Kutztown, PA) According to the USDA’s Census of Agriculture, during the last 30 years the average age of U.S. farmers has grown by nearly eight years, from 50.5 years to 58.3 years. For many of those farmers, it becomes more … Continued
In collaboration with the Rodale Institute, Delaware Valley College (DelVal) offers a 36-credit certificate program specifically designed for military veterans interested in organic farming. The one-year program incorporates classroom courses on animal science, marketing, plant disease diagnosis and entomology during … Continued
Lettuce greens recipes from our Agriculture Supported Communities program.
Pea recipes from our Agriculture Supported Communities program.
By Matthew Flood Like many mission-driven enterprises, Door to Door Organics began small and scrappy, operating out of a humble home in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Since 1997, we’ve been connecting folks in northeastern Pennsylvania with Good Food from small family … Continued
By Maria Rodale Reprinted with permission from Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen The other day I found myself giving a teary retirement farewell to two people who’d worked at the Rodale Institute since the early 1970s…since I was an intern there! … Continued
The Rodale Institute is searching for a Project Research Coordinator to join our team and participate in a dynamic research program with unlimited outreach potential. This opening is specifically linked to our long running, Farming Systems Trial or FST. This … Continued
By Caroline Hampton “April is the cruelest month…” wrote T.S. Eliot, but with the start of May I’m beginning to think he was off by a few weeks. The joyful part of this month is the beginning of the Watauga … Continued