Rodale Institute Chief Scientist Dr. Kris Nichols to Speak at Future Harvest CASA Conference in January Future Harvest CASA’s 18th Annual Cultivate the Chesapeake Foodshed Conference will Address Critical Issues Facing Regional Agriculture
Rodale Institute Compost Production Specialist, Rick Carr, traveled to Argentina for a Farm Tour and OIA Annual Meeting. Rick was accompanied by other U.S. delegates including Mary Barbercheck – Penn State University, Leslie Zuck – Pennsylvania Certified Organic, Erin Silva … Continued
2016 Rodale Institute Organic Pioneers Award Recipient and farmer and owner of Grain Place Foods, David Vetter, and family have announced the formation of Grain Place Foundation.
November 6-9, Dr. Kris Nichols and Dr. Gladis Zinati participated in the annual meeting of the Agronomy, Crop Science, and Soil Science Societies of America conference in Phoenix, AZ. About 5,000 scientists, students, extension agents, and agriculture research professionals attend this conference … Continued
RODALE INSTITUTE AWARDED THREE PA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE GRANTS Rodale Institute awarded nearly $200,000 to research projects that benefit soil health and organic farmers
RODALE INSTITUTE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ELECTED TO IFOAM NORTH AMERICA BOARD OF DIRECTORS Jeff Moyer to serve on first Board of Directors for new regional body of IFOAM International
Rodale Institute is pleased to announce two new members to the Board of Directors. New board members include Kimberly A. Spotts-Kimmel, a partner with Gross McGinley, LLP, and Jeff Tkach, Managing Director and Vice President for Rodale’s Organic Life and Prevention.
This article was originally published in the Fall 2016 issue of New Farm. New Farm is a quarterly publication given to members of Rodale Institute’s Organic Farmers Association. To become a member, visit organicfarmersassociation.org.
Guest post by Peggy Miars, Executive Director/CEO at Organic Materials Review Institute. If you have questions pertaining to this article, please contact author.
Guest post by Mark Misar, southeastern South Dakota farmer and teacher. If you have questions pertaining to this article, please contact author.