Third Generation Takes Farm Back to its Roots with Vision of Sustainability
In the Community
Bipartisan Support for Increased Funding for Research on Organic Agriculture On July 20th, state legislators gathered at Rodale Institute to announce $500,000 in appropriations funding dedicated to the Institute’s research on organic methods. “I’ve watched as the research has grown … Continued
Rodale Institute’s Next Generation Scholarship Fund Helps Provide World-Class Education and Mentorship to New Farmer Trainees American agriculture is at a critical juncture: Nearly one-third of farmers are past retirement age, and 93 million acres of farmland are poised to … Continued
By Neal Kerschner – Training the Next Generation of Organic Researchers What effect does organic farming have on soil’s ability to retain water and the amount of organic matter present in the soil? Abdel Alfahham, a graduate student from the … Continued
Angela & Keith Krem started Kremmer’s Community Kitchen with a mission to support the community food system by providing affordable, quality food service solutions that positively impact the lives of their clients and ultimately the communities in which they live.
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Rodale Institute and Penn State College of Medicine announced a partnership to connect food production with health care and to promote and improve public health. To celebrate our shared commitment to expanding access to organic foods and fresh produce, we … Continued
May 22nd was the first day of the summer semester at Rodale Institute for students enrolled in the Organic Farming Certificate Program (OFCP), offered in partnership with Delaware Valley University (DelVal). Students in the Organic Farming Certificate Program will participate … Continued
Meet just some of the 2018 Organic Farming Certificate Program students, who’ll be working at Rodale Institute this summer to further their knowledge in organic agriculture.
Alicia Leone is a graduate of the Organic Farming Certificate Program (OFCP). After completing the program in May 2018, she returned home to Block Island, a part of Rhode Island. There she resides with her husband and son, Axel, and … Continued