BETHLEHEM TWP, Pa. (7/17/14) — St. Luke’s Anderson Campus, in partnership with Rodale Institute, is one of the few hospitals in the nation to offer patients organic produce grown at an organic farm located on the hospital campus, the partners … Continued
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(Kutztown, PA, July 8, 2014) Rodale Institute, a non-profit dedicated to pioneering organic farming through research and outreach, today announced that Dr. Kristine Nichols is the new Chief Scientist and began July 7th. Raised on a conventional farm in southwestern … Continued
(Kutztown, PA, July 8, 2014) Rodale Institute, a non-profit dedicated to pioneering organic farming through research and outreach, today announced that Gary Millspaugh is the new Senior Director of Development and began July 7th. Gary had previously served as Executive … Continued
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
(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
Lettuce greens recipes from our Agriculture Supported Communities program.
Pea recipes from our Agriculture Supported Communities program.
By Chris West Editor’s Note: Follow Chris (former Rodale Institute intern and beginning farmer) each month as he keeps us up to date on the trials and tribulations of getting his farm up and running. I never thought I’d find … 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
Our tulip blooms were GORGEOUS this year. In case you missed our amazing solid color blooms last week, we still have some late bloomers that will make you stop in your tracks. We have three double bloom varieties this year—all … Continued