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How J.I. Rodale Started Organic Gardening Magazine - Story told by Patricia Bragg - Interview 1/12
 
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J.I. Rodale was an inventor before stumbling across one of "Health Crusader" Paul Bragg's lectures in Pennsylvania. Patricia Bragg, daughter of Paul Bragg, tells the story of how her dad spoke with "Young Rodale" after the lecture and then introduced the young man to organic gardening and inspired him to "wave the banner" for all else to see. He later created Rodale Publishing with the creations of Organic Gardening Magazine and Prevention Magazine under its umbrella. These magazines were huge successes and are still widely subscribed to today. Today Rodale Press is one of the largest independent publishers in the world. This video is part of a 12 segment exclusive interview with Patricia Bragg, CEO and head of Bragg Live Foods, Inc.
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Organic Manifesto by Maria Rodale
 
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Rodale was founded on the belief that organic gardening is the key to better health both for us and for the planet, and never has this message been more urgent. Now Maria Rodale, chairman of Rodale, sheds new light on the state of 21st century farming. She examines the unholy alliances that have formed between the chemical companies that produce fertilizer and genetically altered seeds, the agricultural educational system that is virtually subsidized by those same companies, and the government agencies in thrall to powerful lobbyists, all of which perpetuate dangerous farming practices and deliberate misconceptions about organic farming and foods. Interviews with government officials, doctors, scientists, and farmers from coast to coast bolster her position that chemical-free farming may be the single most effective tool we have to protect our environment and, even more important, our health.
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What is Rodale's Organic Life?
 
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Please help us spread the word and share this video! Feel free to copy and paste the following to share with your friends, family, and followers: Get excited: @RodaleInc’s @OrganicLifeMag launches in April! Here’s a peek at what you’ll find in the pages of our first issue. http://RodalesOrganicLife.com Find us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/RodalesOrganicLife Instagram: http://instagram.com/OrganicLifeMag Twitter: http://twitter.com/OrganicLifeMag
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Maria Rodale on Organic Food
 
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Maria Rodale gives us an update on the state of organic food in the U.S. Maria Rodale is the granddaughter of J.I. Rodale, the person who started the organic food movement in this country.
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Maria Rodale Shares Organic Eating Tips on The Doctors
 
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Maria Rodale, author of the Organic Manifesto: How Organic Farming Can Heal Our Planet, Feed the World, and Keep Us Safe, believes that eating organic food is a must and shares easy ways to do it. For more information, please visit www.TheDoctorsTV.com.
Views: 5078 The Doctors
Robert Rodale Interview Part 1
 
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Part 1: Introduction, J.I. Rodale and the Depression years. Title: Oral history Interview by Jane Gates with Robert Rodale with an introduction by Jayne MacLean. Disclaimer: The National Agricultural Library does not verify the accuracy of the accounts described herein by participants in an Oral History Project. These oral histories are expressions of the views, memories and opinions of the interviewee. They do not represent the policy, views or official history of the United States Department of Agriculture or the National Agricultural Library. Authors: Rodale, Robert MacLean, Jayne T. Gates, Jane Potter National Agricultural Library (U.S.) Published: Beltsville, Md. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library; Washington, D.C., 1989. Series: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center Oral History Interview Series. Note(s): Interview was conducted on November 21, 1989 at Rodale Press, Inc. headquarters, Emmanus, Pa. Cameraman and editor, Ron Hamilton. AGRICOLA Record: http://agricola.nal.usda.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&CNT=1&CMD=CAT10397636 Description: Robert Rodale is the son of J.I. Rodale, both pioneering promoters of organic farming and gardening in the United States. Robert Rodale carried on his father's work through publications, lectures, agricultural research and inspirational leadership. He built the family publishing company into a major entity and established the Rodale Institute - a leading organization in sustainable agricultural research.
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Rodale Knew This 75 Years Ago About Organic Food
 
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Chef Marcus Guiliano is an award-winning chef, green restaurateur, author, real food activist, professional speaker, restaurant consultant & ultra-marathoner. In addition to successfully owning and operating the first Green Certified restaurant in the Hudson Valley, Aroma Thyme Bistro, Chef Marcus has begun to devote his time consulting and trouble shooting for other restaurants.
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Mid-Shore Authors: The Unexpected Environmentalist J.I. Rodale with Andrew Case
 
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It's pretty clear that J.I. Rodale did not set off in life to be what we now call an "environmentalist." The godfather of the "natural food" lifestyle, founder of Prevention magazine, and advocate of organic farming, Rodale saw himself first and foremost as a publisher. That's one of the many takeaways from Washington College professor Andrew Case's new book, "The Organic Profit: Rodale and the Making of Marketplace Environmentalism," (University of Washington Press) which chronicles Rodale's unique role in building a marketplace for organic products and supplements. Nonetheless, Rodale began a movement that eventually led to the popularity of organic products, the awareness of the dangers of pesticides, and the importance for taking care of one's own body and what it consumes. All which encompass the fundamentals of our current environmental movement in this country. All of this proved to be irresistible to Case whose scholarship has focused on the history of environmentalism and consumer culture. He began to document Rodale's rise after World War II, the rapid success of the Rodale Press, and a family business that has left a permanent legacy in the annals of the American environmental history. The Spy sat down with the author at Cromwell Hall on Washington College's campus to talk about the overarching themes found in Organic Profit and the fascinating profile of one of America's great entrepreneurs.
Meet The Owner Of This Herbal Medicine Shop
 
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Thomas Leung, proprietor of Kamwo Meridian Herbs in New York describes the rising popularity of this alternative medicine. For more Rodale's Organic Life visit: http://www.rodalesorganiclife.com/
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Robert Rodale Question 1
 
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Question 1: How did your father become interested in organic farming? Title: Oral history Interview by Jane Gates with Robert Rodale with an introduction by Jayne MacLean. Disclaimer: The National Agricultural Library does not verify the accuracy of the accounts described herein by participants in an Oral History Project. These oral histories are expressions of the views, memories and opinions of the interviewee. They do not represent the policy, views or official history of the United States Department of Agriculture or the National Agricultural Library. Authors: Rodale, Robert MacLean, Jayne T. Gates, Jane Potter National Agricultural Library (U.S.) Published: Beltsville, Md. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library; Washington, D.C., 1989. Series: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center Oral History Interview Series. Note(s): Interview was conducted on November 21, 1989 at Rodale Press, Inc. headquarters, Emmanus, Pa. Cameraman and editor, Ron Hamilton. AGRICOLA Record: http://agricola.nal.usda.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&CNT=1&CMD=CAT10397636 Description: Robert Rodale is the son of J.I. Rodale, both pioneering promoters of organic farming and gardening in the United States. Robert Rodale carried on his father's work through publications, lectures, agricultural research and inspirational leadership. He built the family publishing company into a major entity and established the Rodale Institute - a leading organization in sustainable agricultural research.
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Robert Rodale Interview - How did Prevention Magazine come about?
 
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Oral History Interview Series. This is a specific question of interest that Robert Rodale answered in his interview with Jane Gates. Interview by Jane Gates and produced by Jayne MacLean, November 1989. Disclaimer: The National Agricultural Library does not verify the accuracy of the accounts described herein by participants in an Oral History Project. These oral histories are expressions of the views, memories and opinions of the interviewee. They do not represent the policy, views or official history of the United States Department of Agriculture or the National Agricultural Library. Description: Robert Rodale, Emmaus, Pennsylvania: Son of J.I. Rodale, the pioneer promoter of organic farming and gardening in the U. S., Robert Rodale carried on his father's work through publications, lectures and inspirational leadership. He built the family publishing company into a major entity. Oral history interview by Jane Gates with Robert Rodale produced by Jayne MacLean. Authors: MacLean, Jayne T. Gates, Jane Potter. Rodale, Robert. National Agricultural Library (U.S.) Published: Beltsville, Md. : National Agricultural Library, 1989. Series: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center Oral History Interview Series Note(s): Interview was conducted November 1989. 69:45 mins. Cameraman and editor, Ron Hamilton. NAL Call No.: Videocassette #670. AGRICOLA Record: http://agricola.nal.usda.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&CNT=20&CMD=CAT10412816
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Using innovation to turn a 70 year old publisher into a new lifestyle company
 
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FIPP World Congress, Toronto, Canada, October 2015 Scott Schulman, President, Rodale, USA Rodale is an established leader in and global voice for health and wellness. It is known for its portfolio of world-class brands like Men’s Health, Women’s Health and Runner’s World and its bestselling books. It is also a business being transformed, fast. Building on its established position, the mission-minded company continues to innovate in the healthy living space as recent developments in e-commerce, digital verticals, events, paid online courses and more attest. But rather than platforms, it is its strong and unwavering focus on health and wellness that drives Rodale Inc. to launch and build on new opportunities. Even in print, including its newest title Organic Life magazine. This is your chance to ‘get inside’ Rodale.
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Rodale´s Organic Life | Jasper James
 
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Making Organic Herbal Soap
 
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Robert Rodale Question 2
 
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Question 2: How did your father begin Organic Gardening and Farming magazine? Title: Oral history Interview by Jane Gates with Robert Rodale with an introduction by Jayne MacLean. Disclaimer: The National Agricultural Library does not verify the accuracy of the accounts described herein by participants in an Oral History Project. These oral histories are expressions of the views, memories and opinions of the interviewee. They do not represent the policy, views or official history of the United States Department of Agriculture or the National Agricultural Library. Authors: Rodale, Robert MacLean, Jayne T. Gates, Jane Potter National Agricultural Library (U.S.) Published: Beltsville, Md. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library; Washington, D.C., 1989. Series: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center Oral History Interview Series. Note(s): Interview was conducted on November 21, 1989 at Rodale Press, Inc. headquarters, Emmanus, Pa. Cameraman and editor, Ron Hamilton. AGRICOLA Record: http://agricola.nal.usda.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&CNT=1&CMD=CAT10397636 Description: Robert Rodale is the son of J.I. Rodale, both pioneering promoters of organic farming and gardening in the United States. Robert Rodale carried on his father's work through publications, lectures, agricultural research and inspirational leadership. He built the family publishing company into a major entity and established the Rodale Institute - a leading organization in sustainable agricultural research.
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Rodale - Books, Magazines & More
 
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http://www.yourhealthemporium.com/books/rodale/ Rodale is the leader in providing actionable, authoritative, and engaging health and wellness content. Whether they're looking to eat smarter, run faster, live greener, or feel better, our readers turn to Rodale first to improve their lives.
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Organic Life Magazine Summer Chill | ASMR Rx
 
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Let's flip the pages of Rodale's Organic Life magazine, July/August 2016. Articles include "The Big Squeeze," "Beers We Love," "Juicy Fruit," and "Summers of Plenty." Ads include Wild Planet Tuna, Lorissa's Kitchen Premium Protein Snacks, Bonterra Organic Vineyards, Ibrance (palbociclib), and Milk. Subscribe for more → http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3mndVJ9f7g4FLIlvMzzJ9w?sub_confirmation=1
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Rodale Brands Up 17% Y-O-Y
 
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FOLIO: Magazine catches up with Chris Lambiase, SVP and Group Publisher for Rodale Inc., to discuss the company's recent growth.
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7 Gardening Mistakes You've Been Making Your Whole Life
 
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Grow more by avoiding these common errors. http://www.rodalesorganiclife.com/garden/7-gardening-mistakes-youve-been-making-your-whole-life
Rodale Institute: Organic Pioneers Since 1947
 
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Rodale Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to pioneering organic farming through research, education and outreach. For seventy years, we’ve been researching the best practices of organic agriculture and sharing our 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. Our research Our Farming Systems Trial® is the longest-running side-by-side U.S. study comparing conventional chemical agriculture with organic methods. What have we found? Organic yields match conventional and outperform them in years of drought and environmental distress. New areas of study include rates of carbon sequestration in chemical versus organic plots and new techniques for weed suppression. Our outreach From field days, to workshops, to exclusive online tools for farmers and original articles, Rodale Institute has been sharing our findings with farmers, scientists, policy-makers, gardeners and consumers the world over. Learn more about our work at RodaleInstitute.org.
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Rodale Honors 100 of Today’s World Changers
 
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Rodale, the publisher of well-known magazines such as Men’s and Women’s Health, Prevention and Organic Life has announced the first ever Rodale 100 honoring the people, companies and products that are changing our world in a positive way.
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Six Ways To Start a No-Till Market Garden
 
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Robert Rodale Interview - Part IX
 
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New Farm Magazine. Oral history interview by Jane Potter Gates with Robert Rodale produced by Jayne MacLean. Disclaimer: The National Agricultural Library does not verify the accuracy of the accounts described herein by participants in an Oral History Project. These oral histories are expressions of the views, memories and opinions of the interviewee. They do not represent the policy, views or official history of the United States Department of Agriculture or the National Agricultural Library. Authors: Gates, Jane Potter. Rodale, Robert. National Agricultural Library (U.S.) United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Video and Teleconference Division. Published: Beltsville, Md. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library; Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Video and Teleconference Division, 1989. Series: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center Oral History Interview Series Note(s): Interview was conducted on November 21, 1989 at Rodale Press, Inc. headquarters, Emmanus, Pa. 69:45 mins. Cameraman and editor, Ron Hamilton. NAL Call No.: Videocassette #670. AGRICOLA Record: http://agricola.nal.usda.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&CNT=20&CMD=CAT10397636 Description: Robert Rodale, Emmaus, Pennsylvania: Son of J.I. Rodale, the pioneer promoter of organic farming and gardening in the U. S., Robert Rodale carried on his father's work through publications, lectures and inspirational leadership. He built the family publishing company into a major entity.
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How to Upcycle A Magazine into a Gift Bow
 
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Mr. Magazine™ Minute with Chris Lambiase, SVP and Group Publisher, Rodale
 
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Chris Lambiase tells Samir "Mr. Magazine™" Husni the secrets that made 2013 the best year for Rodale magazine and what to expect in 2014 from Rodale.
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Welcome to Rodale's: A message from our CEO Maria Rodale
 
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Hello, wonderful! Thank you for finding us and joining us on our journey to make the world better—and your life healthier—through shopping. Big claim, I know. But we've got the experience to back it up. Since 1942 we've been providing people with solutions to make their lives healthier and more organic and to make the world a better place. We now reach 70 million people around the world with our content. But those solutions have primarily been in the form of books, magazines, apps, and online content. As the largest health and wellness publisher in the world, it's our mission to inspire and enable people to improve their lives and the world around them...but we realize that words aren't always enough. We want to provide people with more solutions in the form of products—in other words, shopping! See more at: http://discover.rodales.com/organic-living/welcome-rodales
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New York City Grows | Rodale Institute
 
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Jeff from Rodale Institute recaps all the fun had at New York City Grows! Watch our recent videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/NaturesPathFoods — Nature's Path Organic Foods is the leader in organic breakfast and snack foods in North America bringing non-GMO, healthy, delicious foods to nourish you and your family. For more information about why tasty organic, non-GMO foods are good for people and the planet, find us on: https://www.naturespath.com — Stay connected with us on social media to never miss a recipe, blog or snaps of granola goodness! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/naturespath Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/naturespath Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/naturespathorganic Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/naturespath Snapchat: @naturespathfood
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Antonym Organic Makeup: How to Get a Natural Glow
 
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Shop Antonym Cosmetics: http://bit.ly/1cuphsV Highlight your features in one easy step with this flattering, organic blush palette and soft, vegan brush from Antonym, the only Ecocert-certified makeup line. In our search for the best in cosmetics, we stumbled upon the only Ecocert-certified organic makeup line. Antonym's Organic Baked Blush Palette features beautiful swirls of universally flattering, delicate peach (the perfect color to transition to for fall and winter) or copper with a subtle hint of gold, to sweep a luminous glow on cheekbones. Bonus: It comes in a sustainable bamboo case that has a magnetic closure so it will never open up and break in your bag. Brush it on with their Vegan Kabuki Brush, which contains no animal hair, and is unbelievably soft and compact, so it can fit anywhere. Discover more: http://discover.rodales.com/insider-videos/video-best-blush-antonym-organic-makeup
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Robert Rodale Interview Part 4
 
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Part 4: Rodale Press and Institute and New Farm Magazine. Title: Oral history Interview by Jane Gates with Robert Rodale with an introduction by Jayne MacLean. Disclaimer: The National Agricultural Library does not verify the accuracy of the accounts described herein by participants in an Oral History Project. These oral histories are expressions of the views, memories and opinions of the interviewee. They do not represent the policy, views or official history of the United States Department of Agriculture or the National Agricultural Library. Authors: Rodale, Robert MacLean, Jayne T. Gates, Jane Potter National Agricultural Library (U.S.) Published: Beltsville, Md. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library; Washington, D.C., 1989. Series: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center Oral History Interview Series. Note(s): Interview was conducted on November 21, 1989 at Rodale Press, Inc. headquarters, Emmanus, Pa. Cameraman and editor, Ron Hamilton. AGRICOLA Record: http://agricola.nal.usda.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&CNT=1&CMD=CAT10397636 Description: Robert Rodale is the son of J.I. Rodale, both pioneering promoters of organic farming and gardening in the United States. Robert Rodale carried on his father's work through publications, lectures, agricultural research and inspirational leadership. He built the family publishing company into a major entity and established the Rodale Institute - a leading organization in sustainable agricultural research.
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Robert Rodale Interview - Part II
 
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J.I. Rodale and the Depression Years. Oral history interview by Jane Potter Gates with Robert Rodale produced by Jayne MacLean. Disclaimer: The National Agricultural Library does not verify the accuracy of the accounts described herein by participants in an Oral History Project. These oral histories are expressions of the views, memories and opinions of the interviewee. They do not represent the policy, views or official history of the United States Department of Agriculture or the National Agricultural Library. Authors: Gates, Jane Potter. Rodale, Robert. National Agricultural Library (U.S.) United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Video and Teleconference Division. Published: Beltsville, Md. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library; Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Video and Teleconference Division, 1989. Series: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center Oral History Interview Series Note(s): Interview was conducted on November 21, 1989 at Rodale Press, Inc. headquarters, Emmanus, Pa. 69:45 mins. Cameraman and editor, Ron Hamilton. NAL Call No.: Videocassette #670. AGRICOLA Record: http://agricola.nal.usda.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&CNT=20&CMD=CAT10397636 Description: Robert Rodale, Emmaus, Pennsylvania: Son of J.I. Rodale, the pioneer promoter of organic farming and gardening in the U. S., Robert Rodale carried on his father's work through publications, lectures and inspirational leadership. He built the family publishing company into a major entity.
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Robert Rodale Interview - Part X
 
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Rodale Press Magazines. Oral history interview by Jane Potter Gates with Robert Rodale produced by Jayne MacLean. Disclaimer: The National Agricultural Library does not verify the accuracy of the accounts described herein by participants in an Oral History Project. These oral histories are expressions of the views, memories and opinions of the interviewee. They do not represent the policy, views or official history of the United States Department of Agriculture or the National Agricultural Library. Authors: Gates, Jane Potter. Rodale, Robert. National Agricultural Library (U.S.) United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Video and Teleconference Division. Published: Beltsville, Md. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library; Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Video and Teleconference Division, 1989. Series: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center Oral History Interview Series Note(s): Interview was conducted on November 21, 1989 at Rodale Press, Inc. headquarters, Emmanus, Pa. 69:45 mins. Cameraman and editor, Ron Hamilton. NAL Call No.: Videocassette #670. AGRICOLA Record: http://agricola.nal.usda.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&CNT=20&CMD=CAT10397636 Description: Robert Rodale, Emmaus, Pennsylvania: Son of J.I. Rodale, the pioneer promoter of organic farming and gardening in the U. S., Robert Rodale carried on his father's work through publications, lectures and inspirational leadership. He built the family publishing company into a major entity.
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POL REVUE Universally Reconsecrates " ORGANIC GARDENING " In Corpus Christi
 
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APR / MAY 2013 96 pages ISSN 7480802566 Published by Rodale, Inc. Organic Gardening magazine inspires and empowers readers with trusted information about how to grow the freshest, most healthful food, create a beautiful, safe haven around their homes, use our natural resources wisely, and care for the environment in all aspects of their lives. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
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Americans in Love with Italy: James Oseland
 
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Francine Segan meets James Oseland, former Editor-in-Chief of Saveur, one of America's most acclaimed food magazines, now he is Editor-in-chief at Rodale's Organic Life magazine. As seen on i-ItalyTV Every Sunday @1pm airing on NYC Life (Channel 25) Visit us at http://www.iitaly.org
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Common Hour: Organic Solutions to a Broken Food System
 
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Jeff Moyer, farm manager for Rodale Institute, illuminates the many problem farmers and their land face, as well as the consequences of unhealthy food and practice choices. Recorded Sept. 25, 2014, in Mayser Gymnasium.
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Another day on the farm starring birds &  heirloom organic vegetables
 
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The word organic is bandied about a lot in connection with food and gardens these days, but what does it really mean? That depends on the context. In simple terms, growing organically could be described as growing in harmony with nature, without using synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or other such products that upset the balance of the ecosystem. For farmers or commercial growers, however, it can be quite complex. Following the Organic Foods Production Act of 1990, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) began setting national standards for food that could be labeled “organic,” whether it is grown in this country or imported. New federal programs came into being, charged with making sure that agricultural products labeled as organic “originate from farms or handling operations certified by a State or private entity that has been accredited by USDA.” The regulations were fully implemented in 2002. Happily for gardeners, organic gardening at home is a personal choice, so it’s a lot more straight-forward – and much more fun. Here’s how the managing editor of Organic Gardening magazine, Therese Ciesinski, describes it: “Organic gardening is more than simply avoiding synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. It is about observing nature’s processes, and emulating them in your garden as best you can. And the most important way to do that is to understand the makeup of your soil and to give it what it needs. If anything could be called a ‘rule’ in organic gardening, it’s this: feed the soil, not the plant.” To feed the soil, gardeners must restore the resources their gardens consume, by adding organic matter. That includes adding compost, and possibly growing cover crops – so-called green manure – that are tilled back into the soil. You can use compost as a replenishing additive, to make both clay and sandy soils more plant-friendly, or as a mulch on top of your garden beds. Compost is the microorganism- and nutrient-rich soil produced from the aerobic decomposition of organic matter. The garden itself is the source for many of the ingredients in compost, including grass clippings, plant waste, and shredded leaves in fall. You can also add kitchen waste such as vegetable and fruit scraps and peelings, coffee grounds, eggshells, and dead houseplants to your compost pile, and, if you wish, chicken, cow or horse manure. (Don’t add dog or cat droppings or dairy and meat products, however, as they may contain unwanted pathogens, or attract pests to the pile.) To Organic Gardening magazine’s founder, J.I. Rodale – who was advocating organic gardening back when green was just a color – adding compost meant healthier soil, and eating fruits and vegetables grown in healthy soil meant healthier people. Plants, of course, get their nutrients and moisture from the soil, so it stands to reason that rich soil will help plants thrive. But choosing the right plant for the right place is also part of gardening organically. That means growing plants that are adapted to your region – and also suited to the conditions in your garden – so that they don’t need a lot of extra care to enable them to grow. A water-loving plant situated in a hot, dry spot may survive with a lot of help from you, but it will be constantly stressed. That’s not emulating nature’s processes. Plants that aren’t already stressed are better equipped to withstand insect infestations, too. That doesn’t mean there won’t be damage to your plants. Organic gardeners generally allow for a certain amount of pest damage, because they understand that they are all part of a natural system that includes wildlife – even bugs. Diversity helps. Don’t make life easy for the bugs by planting large swaths of one crop, but instead interplant different kinds of plants. And know your plants. Many organic gardeners find that they can keep damage to an acceptable level by checking their plants regularly for early signs of trouble. Some insects can be controlled just by hand-picking. Potato plants, for example, can be defoliated by potato beetle larvae, but Burpee horticulture manager Bill Rein reports that walking through your potato plot once a week can solve the problem. Just turn over the leaves to check for bright orange larvae, and pinch off the leaves on which you find them. Dispose of the leaves safely (not in the compost pile).
What is Organic Gardening?
 
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The word organic is bandied about a lot in connection with food and gardens these days, but what does it really mean? That depends on the context. In simple terms, growing organically could be described as growing in harmony with nature, without using synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or other such products that upset the balance of the ecosystem. For farmers or commercial growers, however, it can be quite complex. Following the Organic Foods Production Act of 1990, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) began setting national standards for food that could be labeled “organic,” whether it is grown in this country or imported. New federal programs came into being, charged with making sure that agricultural products labeled as organic “originate from farms or handling operations certified by a State or private entity that has been accredited by USDA.” The regulations were fully implemented in 2002. Gelukkig voor tuinders, biologisch tuinieren thuis is een persoonlijke keuze, dus het is een stuk meer straight-forward - en nog veel meer plezier. Hier is hoe de hoofdredacteur van Organic Gardening magazine Therese Ciesinski, het beschrijft: "Biologisch tuinieren is meer dan alleen het vermijden van synthetische pesticiden en meststoffen. Het gaat over het observeren van processen van de natuur, en emuleren hen in uw tuin zo goed mogelijk. En de belangrijkste manier om dat te doen is om de samenstelling van uw grond te begrijpen en te geven wat het nodig heeft. Als er iets een 'regel' in biologisch tuinieren zou kunnen worden genoemd, is het dit: voeden de bodem, niet de plant ". Om de bodem te voeden, moeten tuinders de middelen die hun tuinen te consumeren, te herstellen door het toevoegen van organisch materiaal. Dat geldt ook voor het toevoegen van compost, en eventueel groeiende bodembedekkers - zogenaamde groenbemester - dat terug in de grond worden bebouwd. U kunt gebruik maken van compost als aanvullen additief, zowel klei en zandgronden maken meer plantaardige vriendelijk, of als een mulch op de top van uw tuin bedden. Compostul este solul microorganism- și bogat în substanțe nutritive produse din descompunerea aerobă a materiei organice. Grădina în sine este sursa pentru multe dintre ingredientele din compost, inclusiv decupaje iarbă, deșeuri de plante, frunze și zdrențuite din toamna. Puteți adăuga, de asemenea deșeuri de bucătărie, cum ar fi legume și fructe resturi și peeling, zaț de cafea, coji de ouă, și plante de apartament mort să se adune de compost, și, dacă doriți, gunoi de grajd de pui, de vaca sau calul. (Nu adăugați caine sau o pisica excrementele sau produse lactate și produse din carne, cu toate acestea, deoarece acestea pot conține agenți patogeni nedorite, sau atrage dăunători la gramada.) Pentru fondatorul revistei Gradinarit Organic lui, J. I. Rodale - care a fost pledează pentru grădinărit organic pe vremea când era doar un verde culoare - adăugând compost însemnat sol sănătos, și mănâncă fructe și legume cultivate în sol sănătos însemnat de persoane sanatoase. Plante, desigur, pentru a primi substanțe nutritive și umiditate lor din sol, astfel încât este evident motivul pentru care solul bogat va ajuta plantele prospera. Dar alegerea planta potrivita pentru locul potrivit este, de asemenea parte din grădinărit organic. Asta înseamnă plante care sunt adaptate la regiunea dumneavoastră în creștere - și, de asemenea, adaptate la condițiile din gradina ta - astfel încât nu au nevoie de o mulțime de îngrijire în plus pentru a le permite să crească. O planta iubitoare de apa situat într-un loc cald, uscat poate supraviețui cu o mulțime de ajutor de la tine, dar va fi în mod constant subliniat. Asta nu e emularea proceselor naturii.
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Organic Apple Festival
 
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Every September, Rodale Institute is proud to offer the option for families to pick their own apples in our organic orchard. Along with apple picking, we encourage visitors to shop from organic vendors, enjoy organic food and beverages, listen to live music, and partake in wagon tours and more family-friendly activities! Learn more at RodaleInstitute.org/AppleFestival
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Slow Food In Seconds: Beer
 
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The IPA-brewing process, from hops crops to bottle. For more Rodale's Organic Life visit: http://www.rodalesorganiclife.com/
Robert Rodale Question 4
 
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Question 4: What is the difference between sustainable and regenerative agriculture? Title: Oral history Interview by Jane Gates with Robert Rodale with an introduction by Jayne MacLean. Disclaimer: The National Agricultural Library does not verify the accuracy of the accounts described herein by participants in an Oral History Project. These oral histories are expressions of the views, memories and opinions of the interviewee. They do not represent the policy, views or official history of the United States Department of Agriculture or the National Agricultural Library. Authors: Rodale, Robert MacLean, Jayne T. Gates, Jane Potter National Agricultural Library (U.S.) Published: Beltsville, Md. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library; Washington, D.C., 1989. Series: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center Oral History Interview Series. Note(s): Interview was conducted on November 21, 1989 at Rodale Press, Inc. headquarters, Emmanus, Pa. Cameraman and editor, Ron Hamilton. AGRICOLA Record: http://agricola.nal.usda.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&CNT=1&CMD=CAT10397636 Description: Robert Rodale is the son of J.I. Rodale, both pioneering promoters of organic farming and gardening in the United States. Robert Rodale carried on his father's work through publications, lectures, agricultural research and inspirational leadership. He built the family publishing company into a major entity and established the Rodale Institute - a leading organization in sustainable agricultural research.
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Webinar: Growing Nutrient Dense Vegetables
 
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Originally aired May 10, 2017 | This webinar will introduce agricultural methods that can be used to increase the nutrient densities of vegetables, how this can be measured in the field, and what is the future for growing high quality produce not simply for yield but for human and planetary health.
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Silverdale Water Among the Best in the Nation
 
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Watch as Michael Strahan chooses Silverdale Water District as his favorite tap water on national TV! Samples of tap water from five cities, chosen from Rodale’s Organic Life Magazine’s top ten list of best tasting tap water, were presented to hosts Busy Philipps and Michael Strahan on Live with Kelly and Michael (Thursday, August 13, 2015).
#MyOrganicLife
 
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Please help us spread the word and share this video! Feel free to copy and paste the following to post to your social networks: [email protected] launches this April. What does your organic life look like? Join the conversation with #MyOrganicLife. [email protected]’s @JAMESOSELAND says organic is a mindset, not a set of rules. What’s your organic life? #MyOrganicLife http://RodalesOrganicLife.com Find us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/RodalesOrganicLife Instagram: http://instagram.com/OrganicLifeMag Twitter: http://twitter.com/OrganicLifeMag
Jeff Moyer rodale institute mars 2012 version US.wmv
 
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Intervention en anglais de Jeff Moyer, directeur de la ferme expérimentale du Rodale Institute (USA) à l'occasion de la conférence internationale organisée par la FNAB et la SPAS avec le soutien de l'Ambassade des Etats-Unis d'Amérique, le 19 mars au salon "vivre autrement".
Steel Core: Dance-Inspired Organic Workout Wear
 
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Shop Steel Core: http://bit.ly/1d42EYV After over 10 years as a professional dancer with the New York City Ballet, Marisa Cerveris began teaching Pilates and ballet—as well as taking yoga classes—and discovered she couldn't find activewear that fit all her needs. "I wanted to look professional and stylish without being over-designed, padded, and branded," she says. "I needed something tastefully sexy made from seamless, fabulous fabrics." So she got to work creating an entirely new line—Steel Core, which is designed and manufactured locally, with pride, in Bethlehem, PA, from certified organic cotton.
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36 - Organic Inspections | Margaret Scoles - IOIA
 
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When you look at an Organic label, you may not know that someone had to visit the operation that made that product or raised that food. These humble people are the Organic Inspectors, and today we’ll be talking to Margaret Scoles executive director of the International Organic Inspectors association. She has been an Organic inspector for over thirty years and has recently been awarded the 2018 Growing Organic Industry award by the Organic Trade Association. Show Notes: Margaret worked her way through college as a plant breeder It was in 1988 that Margaret became an Organic Inspector, has celebrated her 30th anniversary inspecting! When Margaret was 12, her Aunt passed along copies of the Rodale Farming Magazine Her inspection work started with an add in a newspaper An Organic Inspector does not make decisions for Certifications, they only report observations to the Certification Agency who makes decisions While you gain numerous observations though walking through the farm, some of the most useful information comes from talking to the farmer The International Organic Inspectors Association is a educational non-profit and membership organization that trains Organic Inspectors around the world IOIA has members in 12 different countries There are a few variations from country to country, for example Japan doesn’t have Organic Standards for Livestock, and the US Certifies Hydroponics Margaret was a founding board member of IOIA The organization started at a mandatory meeting for inspectors, and several of them got together and formed a steering community for what would become IOIA The USDA Organic Program helped provide a consistent standard at a time when there were many various standards   Links: http://ioia.net Our Links! https://intellectualagrarian.com https://www.facebook.com/intellectualagrarian https://www.instagram.com/intellectual.agrarian    
Easy, Organic Apples are in the Bag
 
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For small, organic apple crops, forget the pesticides, because there's a better way.
Because Its Free Back To Eden Garden L2Survive with Thatnub
 
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In this part of the Back to Eden garden tour, Paul talks about fig trees, different types of woodchips and how to grow strawberries. How to Grow Vegetables and Fruits by the Organic Method by J. I. Rodale http://amzn.to/2lnSWhc If you liked this video, smash the "thumbs up" button. It really helps with the ranking so other people will see it. If you like us and want to support the work we do then use this link http://amzn.to/2aA9mwJ when you shop on Amazon. It will not cost you any more and Amazon will send us a gift card at the end of the month to buy more things to help make these videos.
Views: 2880 L2Survive
Robert Rodale Interview Part 5
 
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Part 5: Rodale Press magazines and low-input agriculture. Title: Oral history Interview by Jane Gates with Robert Rodale with an introduction by Jayne MacLean. Disclaimer: The National Agricultural Library does not verify the accuracy of the accounts described herein by participants in an Oral History Project. These oral histories are expressions of the views, memories and opinions of the interviewee. They do not represent the policy, views or official history of the United States Department of Agriculture or the National Agricultural Library. Authors: Rodale, Robert MacLean, Jayne T. Gates, Jane Potter National Agricultural Library (U.S.) Published: Beltsville, Md. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library; Washington, D.C., 1989. Series: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center Oral History Interview Series. Note(s): Interview was conducted on November 21, 1989 at Rodale Press, Inc. headquarters, Emmanus, Pa. Cameraman and editor, Ron Hamilton. AGRICOLA Record: http://agricola.nal.usda.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&CNT=1&CMD=CAT10397636 Description: Robert Rodale is the son of J.I. Rodale, both pioneering promoters of organic farming and gardening in the United States. Robert Rodale carried on his father's work through publications, lectures, agricultural research and inspirational leadership. He built the family publishing company into a major entity and established the Rodale Institute - a leading organization in sustainable agricultural research.
Views: 315 AFSICVideos

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