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Agriculture Supported Communities
Hendro Trihatmojo, a 2017 ASC intern and MESA exchange candidate, came from Indonesia to learn sustainable agricultural practices here at the Rodale Institute. He will be living at the Institute until November.
Rodale Institute will be joining farmers across the country in celebrating this year’s CSA Day! According to the CSA Farming Report, the last Friday in February is the most popular day to sign up for a CSA farm share. Join us … Continued
A Market Manager’s Comparison of Different Models of Farmers’ Markets in Food Insecure, Urban Neighborhoods. By Jesse Barrett, Organic Allentown Project Manager
Is there a market for local, organic foods in low-income, food insecure, urban neighborhoods? By Jesse Barrett, Organic Allentown Project Manager
Job Description: As an Agriculture Supported Communities (ASC) internship, learn how to manage a pay-as-you go CSA style organic vegetable operation on 5 acres with the goal of reaching a broader population including low-income families with limited access to fresh organic food.
National Farmers Market Week (August 7-13, 2016) finds us at the peak of many popular summer crops’ productivity. Sweet corn, peppers, cucumbers, zucchini and, of course, tomatoes are abundant at the markets, along with more exotic options such as eggplants … Continued
Tomatillo recipes from our Agriculture Supported Communities program.
Multiple Vegetables recipes from our Agriculture Supported Communities program.
by Renee Ciulla The trend of eating healthy, local food and knowing the farmer who produced your food has moved far beyond the countryside. City residents play a significant role in the local food movement as well. In fact, when … Continued