ORGANIC FARMERS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES POLICY LEADERSHIP National membership organization for organic farmers hires Policy Director, elects first Policy Committee
Multi-Sector Partnership Funded to Mobilize Investment in Regenerative Agriculture USDA Conservation Innovation Grant will provide $700,000 in funding to accelerate investment in agricultural practices that restore soil and water health
Rodale Institute welcomed Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding to the farm for a tour of our Industrial Hemp Research Project and Organic Hog Facility.
Rodale Institute Farm Manager Ross Duffield will teach an organic livestock management course at DelVal starting in fall 2017.
On August 3, Organic Farmers Association Director, Kate Mendenhall, and Steering Committee Chair, Jim Riddle, presented testimonies at the Farm Bill Listening Session: Conversations in the Field in Morgan, Minnesota. Testimonies include the need for investing in organic for the 2018 Farm … Continued
On June 5, Rodale Institute, in partnership with Hemp Industries Association, kicked off the 8th annual Hemp History Week with a Hemp Day on the Farm event. Dozens of people gathered at Rodale Institute to celebrate our new industrial hemp … Continued
Rodale Institute today announced that Jeff Tkach has been named chief growth officer, effective July 1. In this newly created role, Tkach will lead a comprehensive development program that includes marketing and communications in addition to fundraising initiatives. He will … Continued
Rodale Institute’s Executive Director Jeff Moyer traveled to Italy to assist in the invitation of a new healthy soil project in the Marche region of Italy.
Rodale Institute and Kutztown University signed a cooperative agreement on Monday, Feb. 27, that will establish research affiliates for the mutual benefit of both institutions. The agreement will create opportunities for students to partner with university faculty and Rodale Institute personnel on field … Continued
The Rodale Institute announces a $5,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Vegetable Marketing and Research Program and the Pennsylvania Vegetable Growers Association. This funding will support Dr. Gladis Zinati’s research project entitled in the “Impact of Insectary Strips to Control Cucumber Beetles”.