Rodale Institute is a prestigious 501(c)(3) global nonprofit dedicated to growing the regenerative organic agriculture movement through groundbreaking research, innovative direct farmer support programs, and rigorous education initiatives.

Rodale Institute is headquartered on a 386-acre certified organic farm in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, and has seven satellite campuses in North America and Europe. The Institute has been a leader in organic farming in the United States and around the world for over 75-years.

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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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Rodale Institute's Landmark Farming Systems Trial: 40 Year Report

For more than 40 years, the Farming Systems Trial (FST) at Rodale Institute has applied real-world practices and rigorous scientific analysis to document the different impacts of organic and conventional grain cropping systems.

The scientific data gathered from this research has established that organic management matches or outperforms conventional agriculture in ways that benefit farmers and lays a strong foundation for designing and refining agricultural systems that can improve the health of people and the planet.

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Rodale Institute In the News

Gov. Josh Shapiro says Rodale Institute key to economic future (Reading Eagle)

Bringing Farming Back to Nature (New York Times)

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

The foods that reverse climate change (BBC)

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

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

At a Congressional Hearing in Washington, Regenerative Organic Took Center Stage and Made a Very Powerful Impression (Organic Insider)

American Vets: Beyond the Battlefield (NBC News)

Senator celebrates Berks farming program for veterans (Reading Eagle)

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

What Goes Down Must Come Up (Patagonia)

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

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

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

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

Can Organic Farming Feed the World? (Alberta Views Magazine)

Organic Regenerative Agriculture (Bioneers)

The Real Climate Impact of Organic Farming (FoodPrint)

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

We Can Stop the Climate Crisis (Food Tank)

Farming with Intentional Biodiversity (Civil Eats)

The humble mushroom is the newest superfood (CNN)

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)

Rebels in the Dirt (Patagonia)

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

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