Organic farmers and their supporters call for stronger protection against mislabeled imports.
People often say it takes a village to raise a child. But as Rodale Institute’s executive director Jeff Moyer learned on a recent trip to India, sometimes it takes a special individual to raise a village. While in New Delhi … Continued
Guest post by Zoey Greenberg at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary. If you have questions pertaining to this article, please contact author.
Late September, Rodale Institute researchers Dr. Kris Nichols and Emmanuel Omondi traveled to China in hope to meet and share knowledge with local, organic farmers and researchers.
Guest post by the National Organic Coalition (NOC). The National Organic Coalition is a national alliance of organizations working to provide a “Washington voice” for farmers, ranchers, environmentalists, consumers and industry members involved in organic agriculture. NOC has created a white paper … Continued
Guest post by Elizabeth Kucinich, Rodale Institute Board of Directors Member, Documentary Producer, Coventry University Professor, and Advocacy, Policy & Campaigns Consultant. Originally written and published for The Hill.
The Blooming Prairie Foundation (BPF) awarded Rodale Institute $10,000 to support the “Nutritive Quality Assessment of Organically and Conventionally Grown Oats” project.
The Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF) has awarded a $14,991 grant to Rodale Institute. Requested by Gladis Zinati, Rodale Institute Associate Research Scientist, this grant will fund the project “Field Evaluation of Designed Compost Extracts for Organic Weed Suppression” beginning … Continued
Last month, the Rodale Institute was awarded a $15,000 Northeast Sustainable Agriculture and Research Partnership Grant to begin Bat Research for Organic Insect Pest Management. The two year project titled “Investigating Bat Activity in Various Agricultural Landscapes to Develop Organic … Continued
By Steven McFadden Community is not a warm and cuddly marketing concept attached to Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). It is, rather, a defining element. Yet in the past few years, some middleman food businesses have appropriated the term “CSA” to … Continued