The Rodale Institute®, a global leader in regenerative
agriculture, is devoted to innovative agriculture research, outreach
and training through The New Farm® programs. The Institute works
with people worldwide to achieve a regenerative food system that
renews and improves environmental and human health, working with
the philosophy that "Healthy Soil = Healthy Food = Healthy
The Institute’s web site, www.NewFarm.org reaches a global
community of food producers to exchange valuable “farmer-to-farmer
know-how.” NewFarm.org presents expert resources for crop
and livestock production, direct marketing, local food systems,
policy campaigns and community-building collaborations. NewFarm.org
is an electronic magazine covering the successes and challenges
of organic and sustainable farming nationwide and beyond. At NewFarm.org,
the mission is to inform, encourage, equip and inspire farmers with
the support they need to take the important transition steps toward
Our Content Streams
-- Sustainable ag production (soil, crops, livestock,
pest management, pasture-based systems and processing issues).
-- Sustainable ag research in cover crops, ecological
benefits of organic systems, market creation, new food crops for
emerging ethnic groups, specialty grains.
-- Marketing and rural development based on farmers'
markets innovations, wholistic rural development, insights from
the newest generation of producer co-ops.
-- New tools for farmers, including organic wholesale
prices and a farm locator.
-- Food systems development (local and regional
food efforts that keep profits on-farm as much as possible).
Greg Bowman, managing editor (formerly with The
New Farm® magazine, writer and ag editor of daily newspapers
and how-to books on cover crops and weed control).
Dan Sullivan, senior editor (formerly with Organic
Gardening magazine, editor of daily and weekly newspapers and reporter
for environmental issues).
Amanda Kimble-Evans, assistant editor (former
organic lifestyle editor and writer).
www.NewFarm.org is operated by The Rodale Institute®, which
seeks to advance regenerative agriculture worldwide through donations
from generous individuals, private foundations, public funds and
“Farmer-to-farmer know-how from The Rodale Institute®”