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
“Ask any Boy Scout,” says Jay Vilar, his blue flannel shirt and trucker hat both covered in a thin film of farm work. “You have to leave a place better than you found it. Humans are meant to be stewards … Continued
Organic farmers dispute the decision to allow hydroponically grown produce to be certified.
Yesterday, December 5, 2016, was World Soils Day! Each year, people around the world celebrate the most precious resource – the difference between life and lifelessness.
Nutrient Density Comparison Between Organic and Conventionally Grown Oats By Marisa Wagner and Emmanuel Omondi (Ph.D.) The Farming Systems Trial (FST) at Rodale Institute is America’s longest running side-by-side comparison of organic and conventional agriculture. FST was established in 1981 … Continued