News & People

The garden at Chicago’s Cook County Sheriff’s Boot Camp gives incarcerated men the skills to grow vegetables—and potentially new lives.
A breakdown of the highly controversial process.
Not everything at farmers’ markets is organic or local. Make sure you ask the right questions.
A new study adds nerve damage to possible side effects of DEET insect repellents, but there are safer alternatives.
The New Agrarians are the next generation of organic farmers, and they need our help.
Food prices are going up there are ways to get around it.
A resolute avoider of meat reconsiders her beliefs.
Often touted as eco-friendly alternatives to hamburgers, some veggie burgers are certainly not "green."
Robert Rodale’s editorial from the September 1976 issue of Organic Gardening and Farming about personal independence
The man who started the organic movement
Food revolutionary Joan Dye Gussow
Lifetime readers share their memories of OG
When Edward Aloe took over the organic flour producer Great Valley Mills, he also decided to grow his own organic grains.
The author of The Botany of Desire and The Omnivore's Dilemma talks about gardening, nature, and the problem with organics.
Get the scoop on potting mix from Organic Mechanics' Mark Highland.
Who is behind the recent study of organic food and why?
Take a look at the 2010 winners and their amazing gardens.
Enjoy the new videos for the June July 2013 issue of Organic Gardening.
The American garden scene is blooming.
Find the safest products for your kids in this back-to-school shopping guide!