On this page, you’ll find free resources to help you on your regenerative organic journey. Whether you’re just starting out or already have an organic farm established, you can be sure to find something useful.

Regenerative Agriculture and the Soil Carbon Solution
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Our newest white paper compiles the explosive amount of new science around soil carbon sequestration to identify regenerative agriculture as a path toward a new climate future.

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The Power of the Plate: The Case for Regenerative Organic Agriculture in Improving Human Health

Developed in partnership with medical professionals, this white paper offers a holistic analysis of the rise of industrial agriculture, the connection to our poor diets and nutrition, and solutions to move towards regenerative healthcare.

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The Truth About Organic

This guide will give real, honest, and clear answers about the biggest questions and myths surrounding organic agriculture and what it means for you.

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Transition to Organic Course

This 167-page resource outlines the theory and practice of organic agriculture. It includes lessons on soil and plant health, compost, weed and pest management, business plans and marketing, livestock management, certification, and more.

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Regenerative Organic Agriculture and Climate Change

The earth as we know it is changing. Regenerative agriculture could be the path forward to reversing the effects. This guide gives the history of regenerative agriculture, how it can save the planet, and the science behind it.

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A Simple Guide to Vermicomposting

If regular backyard composting isn’t an option for you, vermicomposting—or worm composting—might be for you! This guide will help you get started.

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Striped Cucumber Beetle Field Guide

This field guide presents a pragmatic and systematic approach to organic pest management systems for cucumber crop production.

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Backyard Composting Basics

If you’ve ever considered turning your organic waste into a homemade compost, this cheatsheet will give you the basics of how to get started.

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Beyond Black Plastic

While black plastic is allowed in organic farming, it is still bad for the environment. With this guide, you’ll learn about safer alternatives.

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Vertical Gardening in an Urban Environment

Want to grow food in urban environments? Vertical gardening may be the answer. Learn how to get started here.

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Water Purification

Read about how Rodale Institute constructed a wetlands system with rainwater catchment component to reduce our water waste.

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Roller Crimper Blueprints

Large-scale organic no-till farmers can utilize the roller crimper, developed at Rodale Institute, to terminate cover crops. These blueprints will help you obtain your own.

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