Rodale Institute, founded in 1947, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to pioneering organic farming through research and outreach.

For more than seventy years, the Institute has been putting science behind best practices in organic agriculture and sharing its findings with farmers and scientists throughout the world, advocating for policies that support farmers, and educating consumers about how going organic is the healthiest option for people and the planet. We are headquartered on a 386-acre certified organic farm in Kutztown, Pennsylvania.

You can download our logos and hi-resolution images via the Dropbox link below. Photo credits are provided with the downloadable files. We ask that you follow our style guide when using these materials.

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Interview and Shoot Requests

We welcome requests for interviews, photo shoots, and video shoots, but please note that we are unable to accommodate all.

Requests should be directed to David Pryor, Director of Marketing and Communications, at Please include the following:

  • The outlet for your piece, its intended audience and approximate reach
  • Your deadline
  • The subject of your piece, so we can direct you to the most appropriate staff
  • Length and type of your request (e.g. 30 minute phone interview; 1 hour in-person interview; 1-hour video interview, etc.)

Kindly provide a minimum 2-week lead time for all requests.

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Regenerative Agriculture & the Soil Carbon Solution

Read our newest white paper to explore regenerative agriculture’s capacity to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in a practical and cost-effective way—all while addressing our planetary water crisis, extreme poverty and food insecurity, protecting and enhancing the environment, and revitalizing food.

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Press Releases

Rodale Institute In the News

Lancaster County farmers aim to take organic milk to a new level (Philadelphia Inquirer)

In Their Words: Rodale Institute’s Jeff Moyer (Organic Produce Network)

Combatting the Narrative that the Future isn't Organic (Organic Insider)

Brands are adopting regenerative agriculture. Is that a good thing? (Vogue Business)

The foods that reverse climate change (BBC)

How consumers could drive more farmers to fight climate change (Indy Star)

Organic Regenerative Agriculture (Bioneers)

The Increasing Need For Regenerative Agriculture + 4 Ways To Support It (mindbodygreen)

Can Regenerative Agriculture Reverse Climate Change? (One Small Step)

What Goes Down Must Come Up (Patagonia)

Earth’s Rapidly Degrading Soil Is Bad News For Human Health (Forbes)

Rebels in the Dirt (Patagonia)

Farmers on the Frontlines: How Farmers Cope During Pandemic (Good Day Philadelphia)

How To Support the Food Industry Right Now, According to Those on the Front Lines (mindbodygreen)

Thousands of People Are Growing "Climate Victory Gardens" To Save the Planet (HuffPost)

The Real Climate Impact of Organic Farming (FoodPrint)

This New Food Label Will Mainstream Whole Foods’ Biggest Trend For 2020 (Forbes)

Why Regenerative Agriculture is the Future of Sustainable Food (Well + Good)

We Can Stop the Climate Crisis (Food Tank)

From Chickens to Tomatoes, Here's Why American Food is Hurting You (The Guardian)

Reckless Farming is Destroying the Planet. This Could Save It (CNN)

Why don't we have enough organic farms? (National Geographic)

Rodale Institute gets $500,000 boost for organic work (Reading Eagle)

Bringing Farming Back to Nature (New York Times)

Farming with Intentional Biodiversity (Civil Eats)

The humble mushroom is the newest superfood (CNN)

Can Planet Earth Feed 10 Billion People? (The Atlantic)

Regenerative Organic Certification Wants To Be The Ethical Standard To Rule Them All (Fast Company)

Regenerative ag as the next BIG thing (Politico)

This Place Is Changing The Game When It Comes To Organic Food—Here's How (Women's Health)

Pa.'s once vast hemp harvest reemerges from the weeds (Philadelphia Inquirer)

5 Things You Should Know About Organic Skin Care (Bustle)

Can Businesses Override The White House When It Comes To The Environment? (Forbes)


Contact Us

For all interview and media requests, please contact David Pryor, Director of Marketing and Communications, at